Beyond the images from science and technology that pop-up in our daily lives, the biological terrain of the body is an endless creative source for new textures in mohair. Fashion will become more anatomical and clinical, with a futuristic mood fit for a new era when we will seek to merge both brain halves.
Textiles will mimic the epidermis, breathing and introducing the representation of other body parts such as organs, arteries, muscles and lungs straight from a medical drawing or computer rendering; their spongy and stringy tactilities particularly inspiring for knitters and weavers alike.
Mohair jerseys can be shaped by compressive netting to bulge into organ-like shapes, while blending the fiber with polyamide is a brainy way to give jacquards a double layer for colored tubing fabrics. Color harmonies will turn to our flesh tones, from milky ivory to blush and brown. Deep blood reds will accent these neutrals and are especially handy for savvy accessories.