The use of custom-woven jacquard textiles, digitally printed organza, silk, and biopolymers creates a material complexity that underlines the synergy between organic shapes that are precisely cut and geometric forms at the intersection of computation.
As projects increase in scale it is important to think about the social and environmental impact of the design process as well as to continuously implement improvements in this area.
NOIR NEAR FUTURE works with suppliers who are CSR, Step and Oek-tex certified and make use of wind energy and New Life yarns made from recycled plastic bottles. All orders are custom made within the time frame of six to eight weeks with the help of local artisans, workshops, and seamstresses.
The brand NOIR NEAR FUTURE is heavily inspired by science fiction, film noir, literature, behavioural psychology, workwear, traditional garments, colour, functionality, and future technologies.
The collections incorporate a wide range of garments including dresses constructed with sharp tailoring and couture techniques and more relaxed pieces inspired by formal wear, workwear, military and traditional garments which leverages the inherent durability and functionality of these pieces.
Her work has been shown at Amsterdam Fashion Week, Fashionclash, Cube Museum, The Tate Exchange, Bonnefanten Museum, Designer Island, Fucking Young Magazine, and Nowfashion.
Her graduation collection Abuse of power comes as no surprise was chosen for the G-Star Raw Lichting competition. Bregje Cox is currently working on Pulsar, a collaboration with artist Frederik de Wilde that is part of Worth project and got selected for the Fashiontech works program.