Royal College of Art-2016 -Oksana Anilionyte

Oksana Anilionyte, who was previously involved in MIT's BioLogic textile project, presented a collection based on the relationship between the body and materials.

Titled Fluid Sense, the collection was developed through Anilionyte's extensive research into liquid-based materials.

A one-shouldered lilac- and orange-coloured top that looked as if it had been poured over the model was made from polymer-based fluid prints.

"[Fluid sense is] the feeling of wearing liquid clothes," "Body temperature and natural perspiration stimulate polymer-based fluid prints that adapt to human body shapes and become a second skin."

"Liquid material shifts into a new form of textile that has a strong relation to the body."