‘RE-SET’ is more than a collection, it’s a period the project is navigating itself and evolving, looking forward without disregarding the codes defined in the past.
This period evolves under three mottos: ‘RE-SET, RE-WORK, RE-THINK’, in which FDJ (Fora de Jogo) rethinks the approach to the public and how the collections are designed and, therefore, materialized.
In this show case of what it is ‘RE-SET’, FDJ looks back at their own codes and rethinks how materials are used and applied in the final garments thus continuing its insatiable search for what is predefined as a concept of identity.
For FDJ, ‘RE-SET’ ends up being almost as a ‘UNI-FORM’ 2.0 where, now further away from the beginning of the project in the young Designers competition, the project reaffirms itself as independent, multidisciplinary and focused on collaboration projects. Collaboration comes as a focus to build a varied and tangible community around the project.