Eva Iszoro is a fashion designer and architect. She runs her own design and architecture studio and is also a teacher and researcher in the field of creative pattern making, especially experimental pattern making, having created the experimental pattern making method known as Accidental Cutting, which is associated with the exploration of abstract, random, accidental cuts. She is the author of the first doctoral thesis that analyses the new phenomenology of creative and experimental pattern-making at both a general and a universal level using a methodological approach and a perspective of development and practical application in design. The Accidental Cutting method is included in chapter V of her doctoral thesis (http://oa.upm.es/42727/).
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This is an open, unrestricted collection (endless development) largely consisting of garments created using the experimental pattern method known as Accidental Cutting, the intellectual property of Eva Iszoro, as well as other more basic, complementary garments. The accidental cutting method is aimed at discovering original and previously non-existent volumes through abstract, random and accidental patterns. In origin, then, the collection is the result of a totally experimental creative process that does not adhere to any conventional fashion design methodology but is a direct application of the accidental cutting method itself. The collection’s genesis process has not relied on any inspiration, graphic ideation or design prior to the prototype-production stage, the designs having arisen in the implementation phase without any form of prior visualization. This is the first time that the author of the method has publicly presented a collection generated, in the most part, using said method.