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This clutch was an attempt to change the preconceptions people have about clutches. Its a new way to challenge the idea of curves since it takes on more like the basic square shape. The main concept of the design is in the loops of wood that go around and wrap the different planes or faces of the clutch. They stop at instances where they need to stop and have functional purposes. These include: they form the bas of the clutch, used as an opening point for the clutch and they also help create fluidity between the faces of the clutch.In addition, they have a different wood finish which provides contrast.
Student at American University of Sharjah
Dubai, United Arab Emirates