The UNFASHIONABLE FW 22 collection stems from the search for beauty in imperfection and the concept of Wabi-sabi. Wabi-sabi is a Japanese aesthetic that shows us how behind every form of imperfection there is actually something very strong and intense, that transcends appearance to get to the true meaning of existence. The collection starts from the concept of damaged and torn combined with my minimalist aesthetic. All this, to show how damaged and imperfect garments are actually extremely interesting and attractive. I also focused on the identity of the woman who wears my clothes, highlighting her 'imperfections' and thus disrupting the concept of aesthetic beauty. In addition, another important part of the project is the use of sustainable fabrics; therefore, I chose natural recycled or uncommonly used fabrics, such as regenerated wool, bamboo, recycled cotton, etc. A perfect combination of elegance, experimentation and innovation.
Hi, my name is Jessica Ferranti and I am 23 years old. I have been studying fashion since high school, where I attended a technical institute of fashion. I went on to do a Bachelor's degree in "Fashion Culture and Techniques", investigating the cultural and historical aspects of fashion. I am currently attending the last year of the master's degree in Fashion and Textile Design; the choice of this specialization was dictated by my strong passion for the product, thus combining my theoretical and practical skills. My passion is to work in a product office, to follow and manage all the stages of production.