A zero waste fashion design is a pattern making practice without creating fabric waste in the process. The zero waste practice challenges conventionally designed garments and decreases the amount of material wasted.
For the project, an aim was to make a gender neutral jacket. The inspiration was taken from Japanese kimonos, which are originally made from rectangular fabric pieces. The patterns for a zero waste jacket were created step-by-step on a mannequin, and then the final plan was drawn on to paper. The jacket is asymmetric and wearable in multiple ways.

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