For my final garment of FMP, I have attempted to create a garment with use of a satire of female perception in media. I envisioned a two-piece garment of a bodice and a large, voluminous skirt, of bright colours associated with danger to “warn” men of how “dangerous and seductive women are by nature”. A prime example comes from the Original Sin. Comparative folklore depicts Eve as the original femme fatale; a narrative has been crafted portraying woman as the culprit for the presence of sin within mankind, introducing human sin to the world and a distractor of Adam (and therefore all men after). However, it is frequently forgotten that Eve was not present when God forbade eating from the tree. Elizabeth Cady Stanton was an early pioneer of the effort to break down the very much male interpretation of the Bible we have all come to know, and published “The Woman’s Bible” in 1895, challenging the previous interpretations. She advocated the role of religion in the oppression of women in a time that women were not appreciated enough.Both were tempted. Both gave into temptation. Both indulged. The wisdom of knowing good and evil that they hoped to discover turned out to be a gift of shame and separation. After being directly question by God, in Adam’s response came the next consequence of human sin. Blame.