The shell holds in the egg’s contents, maintains external pressure and prevents strain.
The shell is the shape of the egg. It gives shape to the egg white and, in turn, the yolk. The egg white is the packing material between the shell and the yolk; it provides stability. The yoke is always surrounded by the egg white. Without the shell and the egg white, the yolk is almost entirely flat.
The egg is the basis of an experimental work with textile materials and techniques. The work is presented in the form of a collection of garments.