The student spent a considerable amount of time learning the design language, the brand image, ideologies and began by exploring the implications of jewellery. The graduation project included primary and secondary approaches for analysing the market, resources, consumer and design parameters. Both collections tell a tale over the phase of human lives. 'Oversewn', the first collection, was inspired by the synergy of energies that two souls produce for one another after losing one of them, as they prepare for the second voyage, which we term 'afterlife.' In many respects, the collection is a part of the student and their investment. Still, it has also rewarded the student with creative fulfilment and hope. Even after choosing a new way of life, an everlasting love transcends human lifetimes and a road of desire. 'Oversewn' has combined these stories into a composition that shows determination, passion, and strength. The second project, 'Blue Moon', discusses the societal standards we are accustomed to and how circumstances shattered all of these patriarchal beliefs, highlighting the core of real feminism. One of the most important things learnt from this endeavour is how to merge ideas into a designer's design sensibilities properly. The overall advantage has been a challenging and intriguing experience. The project context is something we are already struggling with, and have gone through many different societal changes as a result. We are thinking about the situation, what we have, what we might lose, and what is that one realizes that could unite us all and tear down every barrier. With this in mind, the project 'Designing for Emotional Solace' began as a story with a richness of narratives surrounding us.
Eternal, Immortal, Self-Reflection, Transcend, Voyage