New Look is a reference to the design by post-war Dior. This artproject generates garments made as fair as possible using discarded material and an antique Singer treadle sewing machine, trying to remind us of the role of textile production since the early development of industrialism. The pattern as starting point is always the same New Look model.

The priceing is set in dialogue according to socioeconomic situation of the prosumer.

The notion of fairness shifts by perspective, and those perspectives are investigated through different methods and strategies in this series of performances.

Dialogues about preferences, references and desires raises the social bond between the hands that make and the possible consumer.