The collection explores zero waste through one-piece fabric using an approach called DPDC, a synthesis of designing, pattern-making, draping and cutting. The designer is the maker in this case. Taking reference from step-by-step origami, using only a rectangle or a square paper as the starting point, the translation of folds from paper to fabric leads to interesting discoveries in terms of silhouettes, garment openings using slashes, as well as different ways of wearing it. The fabric was sourced from scrap dealers’ market, end-of-rolls/ factory surplus, etc. Depending on different fabric widths, different sizes and forms around the body were explored; the layers as in origami translated interestingly in terms of opacity and reversibility.