Yi-Jing Chen (1993) is a Taiwanese fashion researcher and designer based in Arnhem. Her current research is dedicated to interspecies collaborative design in fashion. Through her works, she designs living garments that allow both humans and nonhumans to be active agents. By connecting to her background in psychology, she is searching for playful ways to build environmental awareness and mutually beneficial relationships across species. Her practices are rooted in human mindsets in relation to ecology. She is a Master’s student in Critical Fashion Practices at ArtEZ and holds a bachelor’s degree in Psychology.