Articles of Clothing- No.133 Apron -Beige, One size
$145.00 / Sold Out
Apron made from a heavy 100% Cotton drill.
The apron is designed to be pulled over your head with a belt tie that wraps around and ties in front, featuring a hidden side pocket. Made in one size, will fit most.
Made in Melbourne, Australia by Articles of Clothing
An on-going project by Annie Wu, Articles of Clothing evolved out of an art project which catalogued, re-collected and documented all the clothing commissions and projects Wu made between 2003-2013. The archive has continued and since grown over the years and now consists of over 160 pieces numbered in sequential order.
This apron was originally designed as part of a set of uniforms for a show called High Risk Dressing Critical Fashion at Melbourne's RMIT Deisgn Hub in 2017. The uniforms were in response to The FDC (The Fashion Design Council of Melbourne -a group of prolific designers and architects who put on fashion shows and parties in the 1980s). Instead of choosing to display her clothes on mannequins, Wu chose to design a set of utility wear for the exhibition staff to wear during the duration of the exhibition.