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With UNRAVEL. Knitwear in Fashion, MoMu presents an exhibition about a material that is very familiar to all of us: knitwear. The exhibition will challenge certain established ideas and show that far from being old-fashioned and dowdy- knitting is highly versatile...
Different textures and relaxed shapes which caress the body, allowing freedom of movement, are an unexpected combination in this collection which has references to the 70’s and hints of Russian Constructivism, finally creating the perfect bo ho look for the girls of today.
Sylvio Giardina (Paris, 1967) is a creative having a double identity as haute couture designer - a fifteen years working experience for high fashion brands -, recently involved in the launch of his own new brand...
Oscar Metsavaht deconstructs the shape of clothes and redefines the term of elegance with his own unique signature. The truth is that he established Osklen in Brazil in the 80’s when there were no warm comfortable clothes for the devotees of winter sports and adventure.
With the advent of digital civilisation, the abundance of information has in a sense taken over from material abundance. In today's world with all these sources, not always legitimately ordered, we are faced with a constant barrage of information.
Audet Tahon creates an innovating light textile material on a Korean technique of traditional knots called “maedup knots” that she applies to the creation of objects for fashion accessories and decorative items.
As a new V&A one-man show opens the Japanese designer reflects on his thirty year career in fashion.The fashion world hardly knew what to make of Yohji Yamamoto's extraordinary alternative vision of fashion when he first showed his clothes on the Paris catwalks in 1981.
The debut of Christopher Lemaire at Hermes was crowned with ultimate success. After a seven year period as Creative Director with Jean Paul Gaultier, it is extremely difficult to expect that another designer could understand and respect the distinctiveness of such a luxury brand.
Michael Kampe is a 23 year old student of the Royal Academy of Antwerp who has designed this extremely intriguing Autumn/Winter 2011 Collection entitled “Exploded View”. His fashion has been inspired from architecture and organic inspirations.
Inspired by the endangered aquatic world, Alba Prat created her Universität der Künste graduate collection “Synthetic Ocean” as a statement illustrating the mutations and defense mechanism life forms might have to embrace in order to exist among decay and pollution.