assembled.by: is an alternative to conventional fast fashion where the wearer assembles their clothing themselves rather than having their garments put together by an exploited worker.


the system is accompanied by a self-engineered magnetic screw, the :m.turnassembled.by: is not intended to replace the existing closet but rather add to it.


though an :assembly.guide is included, all articles are modular and can be exchanged and interchanged with each other as the wearer pleases.


the underlying idea behind this feature is that individuals might learn a different kind of appreciation for their clothing and more so the process of putting them together.

the m.turn, which stands for magnetic turn, is a screw-like closure consisting of 3 pieces that holds two points of textiles together. as opposed to regular- or snap buttons, the m.turn is magnetic, can be installed without any tools and can easily be disassembled. the m.turn tech pack can be viewed here.

title - title of garment garment code - first part of every individual code as-signed to each garment piece ; code is derived from the name of each garment comments - section in which the user can write their personal comments swatch - swatch sample ; top swatch indicates sug-gested inner side of material, bottom swatch indicates suggested outer side of material colour - name of material colour ; outer side first, inner side second material - name of material ; outer side first, inner side second garment part information - unique garment code, de-scription, grommet count per part page - page number within :assembly.guide sheet - number of instruction sheets that pertain to garment 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 grommet count - number of grommets per garment m:turn count - minimum number of m:turns needed to assemble garment number of pieces per garment - number of pieces that are part of the garment assembled scale - scale to actual pattern size indicators number (i.e. 7) + arrow (i.e....) indicates the starting point of assembly path, arrow indicates direction of pathnumber (i.e. 7) + f (for finish) indicates finishing point of assembly path unique garment code - unique garment code for each garment piece 8 9 10 11 12 13 7f 7 9 9f 14 15
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