“Metamorphosis” by Félicie Eymard Ericdottir is a womenswear capsule collection of five outfits designed for an urban nomadic context as a means of improving the relationship between the user and clothing. Designed to create harmony between the user of the clothing and the world around them, we’re pretty fascinated by the approach this budding designer took for her diploma collection for the Royal College of Art. Cities are accumulating more and more people, where space is a luxury, where nomadism is becoming the norm and where climate is continuously changing, the garment we wear need to adapt to these mutations. Metamorphosis established a principle and demonstrates this around questions of acclimatizations, comfort and freedom so that each of these garments exists as a family around these values. To top it off, these images, taken by the talented Julien Hayard, are breathtaking. See more of Félicie’s work here and Julien’s here.