-White, pure white. White is the colour of purity and danger, which can be dyed in any colour, symbolising youthfulness and sensitivity, which we always have with us.
-The white of the margin. A fabric is a flat surface that has no meaning on its own. It only makes sense through the needle and thread. It is the fabric we work with that leaves a margin for the recipient to imagine.
-White in proportion (4:6). It refers to the relationship between us and the client, where I want to create a product that is 40% mine and 60% the recipient's, so that the finished product is 10% ours.