Collection by Bruna Santos

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As a designer I want to create beautiful garments, not only to look at, but also in how they are made. In some my pieces are simple and easy to wear, but have interesting details through pattern cutting, creative seaming and decorative finishings. My aesthetic is sophisticated, but with a young, sporty edge and mainly contemporary daywear, with colour playing a big part in my style; opting for fun colours you’ll want to wear and enjoy. I use fun, unusual fabrics within my garments to create…

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Our feature today is Georgia Bocchetta, a print designer, illustrator and pattern lover who is based in London, UK. She creates unique luxury scarves and prints. She finds her inspirations ranging from nature to cultural aspects, wildlife and mark making. She also experiments with illustration, photographic imagery, textures and watercolours to create contemporary prints with a quirky twist, giving her collections a unique style. To learn more about Georgia, select the following links below…

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The Fashion Architect: Second year womenswear student Ernesto Naranjo shows at Madrid Fashion Week

“Originally, I was going to study architecture instead of fashion, I think it still influences me in some ways.” Ernesto Naranjo, a second year womenswear student, proves that you don’t have to wait ‘til you are in final year to make your first collection. Ernesto’s classmate, Derek, sat down with the young designer whose achievements …