B.Dj is a self-titled conceptual art-wear collection based on the interdisciplinary practices of both art and fashion. The collection is twofold in its purpose; it comments on the debate of fashion as art and seeks to humanize the medium through the wearer’s interaction with the garment. Intrinsic to the brand’s belief is that fashion, art and society live at an indivisible intersection, and that the most interesting designs are able to explore all 3 facets. This art-to-wear collection transcends the barrier between art and fashion by seeking to create an interactive experience for the wearer or viewer. The collection forces the wearer to become an integral part of the piece by unfolding new hidden aspect of the garment. The interaction of the wearer is essential for the garment to come to its full potential, promoting inclusivity. Additionally, the collection explores the deeper rooted debate “Is fashion art” a conversation that divides many aspects of society. The silhouettes and details of the garments symbolically tell the narrative of the interrelations between fashion as art, and the strive for fashion to be fully accepted as an art form.