Chaos Theory is defined as small changes in a system that result in very large differences, which are complex and possess intricate behaviour. Also known as the mathematical term for the “butterfly effect”, a little change in a complex system can have big effects elsewhere. Discovered by Edward Lorenz, when trying to predict the weather he noticed his computer was slightly rounding his data which produced wildly different results each time. Concluding that in theory, if a butterfly would flap its wings over the Amazon it could influence the weather in China. This collection represents this theory, with contemporary elements and repetitive details.
I’d like to thank all of my professors this year for navigating throughout this difficult time and allowing me to bring this collection to life. I hope to use the skills I have learned this year with my future brand Musa Divina.