Fashionable Systems Design Project
Sarah Agnone (Penny W. Stamps School of Art & Design)
Modern clothes are purchased with the intent to be replaced, valued for quantity rather than quality. To contradict this wasteful approach, I will create a consumer directed model of clothing consumption and wearability through a two part system featuring a clothing collection and business model. The combination of the two parts will form a different system of clothing consumption focused on updating products rather than replacing them. Both parts of the system will be integrated with data to prioritize the target consumer’s aesthetic desires and financial capability. This project targets clothing centric consumers, aware of sustainable fashion, but not motivated enough to change their purchasing habits to be more sustainable.