Monthly Archives: April 2011

part 1

Exploring the technique:

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Project Synopsis –“Raw Enigma follows function” Jovana Margetic Deconstructionist designers were believed to be the beginning of the post modern phenomenon in the field of fashion. Breaking down components of fashion and resembling them[1], is what Deconstructionist designers are all … Continue reading

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reject the intentional. (Project Synopsis, Tanya R.)

My interest in this investigation lies within finding a new way of working based around not necessarily following conformist ways or rather previously taught ways of working. The stem of my research has revolved around looking at tailoring, the origin … Continue reading

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Cutting Edges

A Cutter’s Edges – James Gallagher on Creating and Curating Contemporary Collage from Gestalten on Vimeo. A video I found on superfuture showcasing the art that is collaging.  James Gallagher explains how something as simple as cut and paste using scissors, … Continue reading

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ANN DEMEULEMEESTER A/W 2011

“The collection was truly about those belts: loose, trompe l’oeil attachments, corset-laced and bunching in the back like a bustle, crushing ruffles, forcing fabric into folds. With leather leggings, wedge boots, and one of Demeulemeester’s laced jackets or waistcoats, they … Continue reading

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PROJECT SYNOPSIS – GENDER SPECIFICS BY: EMMA BOSELEY

Gender stereotypes quite often dictate the use and interpretation of ‘fashion’. The strong chemistry which is experienced between male and female is not only dictated by verbal communication and emotions, it also relies on physicality and fashion. The ideology for … Continue reading

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Critique

Hello Everyone, Here is a snippet of the Week 6 Critique. I was completely amazed by the number of different ideas that have come from the Studio. Enjoy, Laura

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