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“People don’t want to look or feel like a computer, Whitehouse claims, so she works very hard to make the technology invisible. While adhering to the ‘Less, but better’ design philosophy of Dieter Rams, she spoke about adding ‘complexity and irreverence’ when she creates clothing with purpose; People are complex and are ultimately the subject of her designs, and irreverent products are fun and will always attract attention.”

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