Thinking garments, no, feeling clothing, no, symbiotic emotion depicting accoutrements, yes! is the best language used to define the almost cognizant collection from Beatrice Sangster-Bullers of Central Saint Martins. Calling her collection an ambitious feat would be an understatement, to master the art of intelligent design and daily wear ability has been the Sisyphean boulder of high-fashion for the last two decades, but it seems that Sangers-Bullers’ like Iris Van Herpen has found this harmonious tonic range.
Taking the esoteric art of mood ring reading, these screen containing garments connect to a Strange Days like EEG brainwave interpreter that interacts with predefined user preferences to display images corresponding to select emotion related representative cues: a mouthful, I know.
As for aesthetic character, flowing asymmetric and even voluminous costumes of chic and glorious materials fill her collection, and this serves as an added benefit to those who are brave enough to speak their minds quite literally, but not though a printed slogan but by a mental picture.