Borbála Györök and Adrienna Nagy: Prototype

During the design process, we tried to accommodate Réka’s unique taste and needs as well as her sometimes ambivalent relationship with the fake limb. Two different materials have been used to show Réka’s inner struggle, her acceptance and self-confidence is visualized by the sheer material. The zip on the right leg of the suit allows an easier and quicker access to the prosthetic leg. It was also important for us that the piece of clothing would not hide but complement Réka’s prosthetic leg.

In addition to the practical considerations, the main idea and the added value behind this collection carried a greater importance compared to design works we have done before. We focused not only on Réka’s specific needs, but we wanted to catch the attention of society through fashion.

Model: Réka Lukoviczki

Borbála Györök, textile designer, MA student in the MOME Fashion and Textile Design program. Scholarship recipient of the London College of Art Sportswear course and of the École Superieure des Arts Décoratifs Paris (ENSAD). She enjoys taking part in experimental and technology-rich projects, as well as in interdisciplinary art collaborations. Her work has been displayed for example at the Mercedes-Benz Central European Fashion Week, at the Musée d’Orsay (Paris), at Sziget Festival, at the fashion show titled Jól áll neked a tolerancia [Tolerance suits you], and at the ArtPlacc Festival.

Adrienna Nagy, textile designer. She first studied landscape design at Corvinus University, then received her BA degree as fashion and textile designer from MOME. In 2016 she won the fashion design competition titled Jól áll neked a tolerancia [Tolerance suits you] commissioned by Hungarian Federation of People with Rare and Congenital Diseases. Her work has appeared at several events, for example the Budapest Design Week and the Mercedes-Benz Central European Fashion Week. In 2016/17 she completed an internship in Berlin with the avantgarde fashion designer Esther Perbandt, and in 2017 she launched her own brand, labelled nnash.

Design process

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