Article   I

Your clothes were made to worship you.

An article of clothing or garment that adorns your skin should be made with the intention of worshipping the skin it finds itself upon. The transfer of intention through design and execution will manifest itself into a garment so charged with love for the body, that it will bring us deeper appreciation and communion with the bodies we occupy.

Article   II

Your clothes should make you feel held tightly in love.

In the duty of worship of the body/skin from the clothes, the garment must comfortably exert a pressure upon an area of skin that may mimic a hug or something of that nature. This is to release oxytocin in the brain, further stimulating the trust between wearer and garment, resulting in the ultimate liberation of the sexual self.

Article   III

Your clothes do not have to be about your body. The Brain is a sexual organ, too.

Do not limit yourself. Do not limit your sexuality. Liberate. Be free. Commune with the inner self that is eternally expressed through sex.

This Manifesto was inspired from the stretch-wear pieces and written by a dear friend, Denver Crawford: Multidisciplinary Artist and Writer, 2020.©