Mannequin Loom challenges the status of makers. Why is fashion more important than weave? Why do fashion designers always take the fabric from weavers and cut into it? Why is design separate within itself? Why can’t garments be woven the same way they can be knitted? I have remade a male mannequin in order to challenge the way designers accept tools without questioning the tool’s efficiency or modern relevance. The form made is a mannequin loom. Garments are directly woven onto the figure and made into clothing simultaneously. The mannequin can be taken apart and stored if need be and would require little packaging waste. This is a no waste method.