A parallel between human anatomy and dress composition.
Dressmaking bones form the skeletal framework, while fabrics hand ruched or industrially pleated, mimic muscle fibres. The sinewy interwoven network of tissue and joint translates in various dress cuts, conforming primarily to the human silhouette as a constant. Muted tones emulate the seemingly neutral human palette, with hued accents of veins and vessels.
Like a dissected cadaver revealing the insides of a well-formed being, the study through translucent fabrics reveal laborious construction and technical detail of raw handcraftsmanship.