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Jude Faith Chua You De

Singapore

Loves to play chess, Jude Faith Chua You De has an affinity for sewing. She's currently aiming to work at Savile Row and dreaming of becoming the next McQueen. She lives by the proverb, "Do not see the tree but the whole forest."

Jude Faith Chua You De loves to see and absorb the natural world and take inspiration from observations. You De believes that personal perspective is very important. When approaching a design, You De loves experimenting with the form and elements of designs that have not been explored. When stuck, You De always go back to the roots and try to see things differently.

Within this project's context, You De thought that fashion would be grouped in two major camps - conventional or fun. The former representing stability while the latter represents intense need for fun. You De first thought of stuffed toys which led to stuffing which led to exploring felt. The exploration soons reach drawings of children and thought about how a child would go about designing garments. On top of that, picking apart archetype garments and filling in the gap with the quality of child-like innocence.

"Theme - Child-like innocence and archetype garments. Design elements - Stuffing and needle felting."

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