This project is a study of the existence of me being formed in the relationships that surround me. The people including me exist when we have a relationship with someone, when we find a definition of the relationship somewhere between someone and us, and when the relationships are gathered. This definition extends to garments surrounding our body and is expressed in
the physical form surrounding it. This study began from Absurdism which is Albert Camus' philosophy. Camus says that in this world where human beings are impossible to know we can establish our own meaning and live the world, and three significant conditions to do that are Revolt, Freedom, and Passion. I decided that the meaning of my world was in a relationship that made me exist. In the end, the goal of this study is to reveal the form of meaning I think through fashion design. I have seen this form of relationship in an overlapped form, and the overlap has evolved into three key methodologies: "Covered, Attached, and Combined." Denim has become a symbol of solidity since the 19th century, It was suitable for expressing the sturdy form of relationship. In order to visualize the most important forms of overlaps in this study, a method of showing both the inside and outside shapes was the first prerequisite. The widely used raw edge type denim expresses the features by revealing exactly the middle of the inside and the outside, so it explains the double-sided and ambiguous character of the concept of overlap.