Fitted Shirt (2000-2001)

Fitted Shirt is an off-the-shelf shirt that is custom sewn to fit each individual buyer. The extra material is left as a sexy trace of the difference between the individual body and a mass-produced product. It draws people into a new relationship with mass-produced clothes, by creating a shirt that fits only one body but fits it perfectly. It is like a little philosophical diagram of the relationship between the individual and mass-culture.

The Fitted Shirt was available custom-made through fashion boutiques in Los Angeles and New York, and was presented at the Smithsonian Cooper-Hewitt design museum in New York.