Layered tops with shorts & leggings
This NOM*d ensemble was included in the exhibition Together Alone: Australian and New Zealand Fashion, (National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, 1 October 2009 – 18 April 2010). The waistcoat exemplifies NOM*d's approach to vintage recycling and reappropriation and bricolage (putting different pieces of garments together to make a new garment).
Credit: National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne. Purchased NGV Foundation, 2008. This digital record has been made available on NGV Collection Online through the generous support of Professor AGL Shaw AO Bequest.
Copyright: Image © NOM*d
Designer: Margarita Robertson
Garment type: Oversize knit hoodie, waistcoat, shirt, shorts, leggings
Material: Cotton, polyester, acrylic, mohair, wool, silk wool, elastane, spandex
Features: Men’s long black waistcoat made from reconstructed vintage waistcoat and trousers and featuring an over-print of the words ‘DON’T SHOOT’. The upper part of the waistcoat fastens at CF with four self-covered buttons, has two welt pockets, a back waist tab and is lined in cream acetate. The lower section (made from trousers) features side pockets, front buttons, braid trim, a raw hem & a rear back pocket.
Colour: Grey, black