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September Park
Fashion BFA

SCAD Savannah

Graduates: 2020

Specialisms: Apparel / Genderless / Sportswear Design

My location: Savannah, United States

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September Park

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First Name: September

Last Name: Park

University / College: SCAD Savannah

Course / Program: Fashion BFA

Graduates: 2020

Specialisms: Apparel / Genderless / Sportswear Design

My Location: Savannah, United States

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My name is September Park and I am a recent graduate from Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD). I received my B.F.A in Fashion Design with a focus in graphic and fashion design ready-to-wear pieces for both men and women. I am still learning and exploring different paths in fashion. There are so many more things to learn and I am excited about what is coming ahead. Thanks to my Korean origin, Indonesian upbringing, and student life between Hong Kong and the US, I feel comfortable anywhere and everywhere. I'm always ready and welcoming new opportunities.

Seeking Warmth

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It is hard to feel warmth during this cold period. Worldwide, from the coronavirus, 1.05 million lives have been lost. For people in the medical field, it has been even tougher to deal with. These people inspired me to create this collection. We often think about the atmosphere of the medical field as something cold, but this year, especially after what we have been through, I realized there is a sense of warmth from hospitals, and that something cold can ultimately give people a feeling of comfort. The collection contains inspiration from medical equipment like pressure bandages, shapes of different tools, medicine, and textures of plastic materials you would see in a hospital. I combined those “cold” elements with a feeling of warmth and used suture stitches techniques as design details throughout the collection. The color scheme was mostly taken from MRI and X-ray scans to symbolize the coldness. I also used purple, a color in between red and blue, to represent the coexistence of the colors that respectively represent warmth and coldness. For a final touch of comfort, I used a small amount of yellow. Though the crisis isn't over, it shows us that comfort and warmth can be found in the places you least expect. We don't know what is to come, but I hope these garments can keep us warm in the coming winter and give comfort to those seeking warmth.