Comfort of Nostalgia - ArtsThread
I have been inspired and innovated in previous projects with personal nostalgia, and personal family members being nostalgic of the past. My graduate collection re-visits this, but focuses more on the conveying of the feelings of comfort and luxury that come with reminiscing. I have attempted to illustrate this through different processes, and combining contrasting fabrics. I wanted to create a luxurious, creative collection that that is represented through comforting fabrics, and therefore…
FEATURE // GEORGIA BOCCHETTA
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…
Handmade illustrations printed on silk scarves and dresses inspired by Mythology, History and Art. Worldwide shipping on unique and sustainably made souvenir gifts and garments from our studio-boutique in Beirut, Lebanon.
Westminster andrew voss
Issuu is a digital publishing platform that makes it simple to publish magazines, catalogs, newspapers, books, and more online. Easily share your publications and get them in front of Issuu’s millions of monthly readers. Title: Westminster andrew voss, Author: WESTMINSTERFASHION, Name: Westminster andrew voss, Length: 139 pages, Page: 72, Published: 2015-09-10
Inspiration: Mogu Takahashi, Sören Beineke and John Booth
Mogu Takahashi (source) Sören Beineke (source) John Booth (source) Mogu Takahashi (source) Sören Beineke (source) John Booth (source) Artists and illustrators I've been really in to recently. I think I love them so much because of the childlike qualities within their work and the use of pattern and colour. Their styles are just very fun and playful- that's definitely the direction I want to take. The two pieces from Takahasi are from her collection of 'daily doodles' which she also uploads…
portfolio waltzing lights
This is my graduation portfolio for ArtEZ Fashion Masters, in The Netherlands. During the last year I made a collection based on the idea of the life cycle of the jellyfish. Here you can see the way I work, the materials I used, the development of the concept and a series of pictures from the No Show project produced by Team Peter Stigter.
Justus Fashionary- From sketch to runway Justus is a Fashion Institute of Technology student based in New York. Using Fashionary as his fashion diary, he has created lots of amazing designs and...