A simple leotard featuring two buttons created for Julia Crockett's movement piece "Behavior in Three Directions".
Several colored mink balls make up the furry bras for the wardrobe of Julia Crockett & Group's performance "1 Less Three" — a title created by an online pop-song name generator. The garments humorously exaggerate the human form.
Three floral sweatsuits comprised the wardrobe for the Julia Crockett & Group performance "Trio". The playful garments echoed both the banal and absurd behavior of the three dancers.
Playing on opacity and transparency, the knitwear for JF & Son’s Spring/Summer 2013 collection combined chunky cotton yarns with retro reflective and lightweight celluloid yarns. Sheer “pockets”, illuminating properties, and moiré patterns form the boxy sweater silhouettes.
Color and textile direction for JF & Son’s Spring/Summer 2012 menswear collection. The classic oxford and boy scout short is interpreted through contrasting textures like plastics, leathers, meshes and french knots. The subtle palette consists of blush tones, tinted gradients, and natural chambrays.
Color and textile direction for JF & Son’s Fall/Winter 2012 womenswear collection. Exploring the button-down through a full-spectrum palette, the collection combines puffy and beaded collars with color blocking, ombres, and unique graphics. Photography: Dan McMahon
A collection of garments made of textiles based on found patterns and textures woven on industrial Jacquard looms. Photography: Jessica Williams