Thursday, 3 August 2017

Jill Flower



Jill Flower uses paper as fabric in her textile sculptures and jewellery she uses printed materials as an extra layer of meaning whilst creating a complex lace of culture.



Wednesday, 2 August 2017

Ines Seidal



Ines Seidal works with printed paper, and words amongst other things, turning cultural waste into new stories that take the essence of the past into sensual fresh shapes. Her work has great beauty as she uses great skill and aesthetic to create her art and art objects. This 'dress' is from a project called; 'Wearing the News'.

Monday, 31 July 2017

Britta Marakatt-Labba








Britta Marakatt-Labba creates subtle, miniature embroidered worlds containing scenes from everyday life, political reflections and stories about the S├ími culture and history.

Sunday, 23 July 2017

Anuj Sharma I





Anuj Sharma is the fashion designer who invents different methods of forming garments with minimum intervention in terms of cutting, garments that can be multi-functional and adaptable and waste free.
With the technique Button Masala, Anuj formed a new way of constructing and wearing garments, a simple joinery system designed for clothing using only buttons or rubber bands.

Thursday, 6 July 2017

Marta Aranda

 

Marta Aranda's sculptural project 'Second Skin' explores the importance of clothing as a method of communication and identity.
"This piece comes from the deep reflection about  the relationship between fashion, the human being, and his individuality. The meanings of the links that exist between human beings and clothing, the dependence generated between them, and the importance of this aspect of the human behavior, which defines us, represent us, and makes us able to communicate among ourselves." Marta Aranda

Wednesday, 5 July 2017

Olivia Smith






Olivia Smith's embellished embroideries based on cell structure, Olivia has just graduated from Nottingham Trent University.

Tuesday, 4 July 2017

Ji Won Choi







Ji Won Choi's bold graduate collection "EXCESSIVISM" is a visual representation of a closet that highlights waste and overconsumption in our modern society. Ji Won Choi has just graduated from
Parsons New School of Design and was one of the Empowering Imagination winners.
"My thesis collection is entirely about highlighting consumer waste in our society and our habits to possess in our closets much more than what is actually worn. My work is a visual statement of this issue of waste through graphic symbolism and construction. The design of each garment is developed from the concept of a stripe to symbolize an “item” in our closets and is multiplied to create a visual representation of an average closet. Various elements within my garments can easily be manipulated in order to create multiple silhouettes; thus, creating more options of wear and decreasing the need to keep adding more items to our closets." Ji Won Choi