Mogachea

degree project

design inspiration

As part of my Sustainable Fashion's degree project I have created a collection of 5 items inspired by Indian brand Mogachea. I followed up on their sustainable approach and aimed to expand it with the help of natural dyes and slow fashion methods. My work seeks to introduce contemporary and feminine silhouettes for the brand and explores age-old ways of making clothes through hand looms, artisan techniques and natural dyes, while maintaining hand crafted value and personality within each garment. 

Mogachea's aesthetics

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MOODBOARD: overall

MOODBOARD: details

COLOR CARD

COLOR CARD: natural dyes

SILHOUETTES

SKETCHES

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collection

'Anne' peplum top

TOP PART:

 

BOTTOM PART:

Mordant: alum.

Entirely hand stitched.

  • avocado stones & skins (pink/brown)

  • shibori circle resist print with urud beans

  • madder root (pink)

'Greta' pinafore skirt

SKIRT:

Mordant: alum.

Entirely hand stitched.

  • indigo vat 2 dips
    (dark blue)