Bolor Amgalan is a Sydney-based fashion designer who defines fashion technology through the use of mathematical formulas that allow her garments to be easily reconfigured. Her textile manipulation (patent pending) was developed together with a zero-waste tab-interlocking seam system. Most of the garments feature one or both of these innovations allowing for easy disassembly and reassembly of complete garments or customization to sections according to your preference. The reconfigurability of these textiles promotes slower consumption. Staying further true to an eco-friendly approach, these textiles were achieved by the use of lasers to cut into multi-layer bonded fabric, allowing the collection to successfully offer a more sustainable alternative in fashion where garments are no longer cut and stitched, but the pattern pieces interlock together in many different ways much like Lego pieces, without need for sewing, hence saving energy and increasing efficiency. For information on price and purchase, contact Bolor Amgalan through her website.