Sunday, 28 September 2014

Alexandre Herchcovich

Alexandre Herchcovich has a talent for making most unusual fashion that is uncomplicated, unassuming but startling.

Wednesday, 17 September 2014

Lara Quint

Ukrainian designer Lara Tomashchuk's AW 2014-15 collection under her design label of Lara Quint is a fusion of the 1950's silhouette with a Japanese aesthetic in a collection hinged on the concept of a heroine, " a brave female warrior holding weapons in her arms, protecting her sanctity clad in signs and symbols from toe to crown."

Tuesday, 16 September 2014

Bakos Boglárka


Bakos Boglárka  is a Hungarian fashion designer living in Rome who graduated from Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design in fashion and knitwear. in this project Bakos used the same techniques employed during Shibori dying to manipulate and change the fabric.

"I concentrated on the driven, knotted and fixed material on the structure. Depending on the shibori technique the material could be made rigid and flexible at the same time which changed the properties of the materials used so far. I created the form with this process, and I have created flexible clothing that can be changed by the movement." Bakos Boglárka

Monday, 15 September 2014

Lene Nymark

"Body Gloss is about the interaction between body language and non-verbal dresscodes, that people use to express their identity and gender visual. The construction and choice of materials for this collection, is based on stereotyped and recognizable perceptions, of what we connect with masculine and feminine fragments." Lene Nymark
Lene Nymark has some very interesting projects and I really enjoyed her fashion illustrations and sketches. Lene has just graduated from Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts in Copenhagen.

Sunday, 14 September 2014

Zita Merenyi I

Zita Merenvi in her collection provo-CUT used neoprene and instead of stitching the seams, she melded them together by heating the fabric like soldering. Zita's experimentation with fabrics their cut and bonding makes her work stunning and unique.

"This is a coat collection where I use soldering instead of tailoring lines, which looks like scars, reflecting on the long term and temporary traces of mankind on the Planet Earth and on their own body, like scarification tattoos," Zita Merenyi 

Friday, 12 September 2014

Valeska Jasso Collado

Valeska Jasso Collado graduated from Westminster University this year with a collection in which she choose to combine unusual materials to create new textiles with which to form her structured garments.

 "I chose foam because it would make the voluminous but clean shapes I had in mind possible, It also meant I didn't have to build any kind of frame or stuffing which are more common methods to create volume for garments."
Valeska Jasso Collado

Julia Seemann

A very bold graphic graduation collection by Julia Seemann with fashion collaged, cut up, mixed up. Photography by Lauretta Suter 

Wednesday, 10 September 2014

Satu Maaranen

Satu Maaranen's contemporary interpretation of the 1960 space age. The textiles are hand painted onto digital prints on voluminous shapes and silhouettes. Satu Maaranen is a finish designer based in Helsinki, heer graduate collection won first prize at the prestigious Hyères Fashion Festival 2013. This is Satu's 2015 collection, she also has upcoming film and magazine projects.

Meche Correa

The richness of colour and texure of the embellishment on Meche Correa's fashion and accessories is exquistie and so exciting. Meche Correa is an award winning Peruvian artist and designer whose work is inspired by her passion for her countries history and diverse culture.

"Peru must be loved to rediscover it and give the place it deserves in the world." Meche Correa