Blogpost by
Maria Mackinney-Valentin
Nis Kongsgaard

For first year students, the spring semester began with a course on the role narratives can play in design - from concept development to arguing for the relevance of a design output within a specific societal context.  

For the fashion and textile program, the themes explored included expressing emotional fragility through knit, challenging body ideals through refiguring the dress form, revisiting childhood monsters as a way of addressing fear in adulthood and textile installation encouraging us to cherish playful innocence.

Photo: Henrik Ginge



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