There's no denying how fundamental a hoodie is in any Vancouverite's wardrobe. It's right up there with jeans. Collection I was built around the jeans: it made sense to build Colllection II around another staple garment.
There are a lot of nice hoodies out there, but there are also countless terrible ones. My thinking was around the question of what makes a bad hoodie? Where most hoodies go wrong for me, is by accentuating the details (drawstrings, kangaroo pockets, etc.). If you take all those things away, you're left with a nice, comfortable layering piece.
Sankaku in Japanese means triangle. Looking at the hoodie, there's not much going on triangularly but there is if we go deeper. Drafting the garment involved a lot of small slices on the pattern; by the end, I was left with a little pile of interesting triangle shapes.
I wonder what the drafting process for a pullover would look like?