The development of design is a fabric-oriented process. Determined by the chosen scene, the grassy ceiling and the bloody carpet became the colour indication of the textiles for this collection. Fabrics were narrowed down to a green grassy cotton velvet, a vibrant red synthetic satin. To smoothly merge the two contrast tones together, gold and peach coloured fabrics were chosen to form the collection together. For the main fabrics, they were treated with destructive manipulations. To explain, the green cotton velvet was embellished by the embellisher (a needle punching machine) to generate its rippling effect, and the red satin was burnt by heat a gun to achieve its crunchy effect. The idea behind the manipulation is that transfer beautiful things into ‘ugly things’ and vice versa through the destructive process, thus approving the interchangeable.