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Indeed, most of Tanudiredja’s design process happens tangibly, rather than on paper. “I figure each piece out as I’m making it,” he says. “Some designers do research; I like when it’s abstract. Sometimes I don’t even know where an idea came from.” His only objective, he adds, “is to create new shapes, and to make them look stronger than the previous season.” The piece shown here is loosely inspired by the movement of caterpillars.