Chance Design Method

The "Chance Design Method" is a highly innovative approach to design, originally developed by WED, that makes use of scraps and leftover fabrics in order to enhance material efficiency. This technique involves using awkward cut-offs and fabric remnants to inform the shapes and styles of new designs, resulting in a highly unique and sustainable approach to fashion.

As an example of this method, the style on the left was created using leftover scraps of sequins that were expertly patched together, along with leftover tulle to create the skirt. By embracing the awkwardness of these cut-offs and incorporating them into the design, the "Chance Design Method" allows for a truly creative and dynamic approach to fashion that values resourcefulness and sustainability above all else.