The collection explores the aesthetics of workwear. The aim was to look at the aesthetics from a different perspective. The marks of time like ageing, abrasion, decay and deconstruction fascinate me. In this collection I work with silhouettes like kimono, bomber and coat. I used authentic army garments such as backpack or jacket. The use of these components accentuates their origin and individual characteristics. One of the sources I drew from is Japanese culture and its heritage. I particularly studied the way zen buddhist monks perceive clothing or how they use throwaway fabrics. I also refer to the philosophy of wabi sabi and its acceptance of transience and imperfection. Asymmetry, roughness, simplicity, austerity or modesty are characteristics of wabi sabi. I use the segments of fabrics that are positioned mostly vertically or into orderless compositions to connect different parts of garment. The individual patches have also functional elements such as pockets. This effect refers to patching technique used in fixing of kimonos.