I remember my first fashion class in college and being completely lost by all the terms being thrown my way. Empire lines, pintucks, silhouettes? They might as well have been speaking Chinese. That was the moment I realized that there was alot more to this business than the pretty pictures we all see in magazines. So our first word in Fashion Vocab 101, and my personal favorite is Deconstruction.
Deconstruction: a term used to describe clothing that has been taken apart and put back together in a new unexpected way, or looks unfinished, raw and as though it may be deteriorating.
Here’s what it looks like: