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Birnur Kayaalp

The story behind the collection takes place at the pacific ocean. The collection was inspired by artist Michelle Lougee, who displayed the figures of sea creatures she knitted using the waste from the ocean to draw attention to the pollution at the Pacific ocean. These ideas were implemented in the collection by knitting and weaving waste products with natural fibers that do not harm the environment, like wool.