Womens Wear Project (11 weeks) 5th semester on the Bachelors degree
My designs for this A/W women's wear collection takes root in the concept of social media. Narrowed down to how people are able to visualize and camouflage/filter their mistakes, in order to protect themselves from outer criticism and judgement.
In that meaning, I worked through sportsgear from ice hockey and thereby created silhouettes to emphasize a luxorious and "over-the-top" protection of the social media.
Skintight silhouettes was inspired by camouflage and the skin disease, vitiligo. Therefore shapes for inner lines were organic and draped close to the body. Airy light wool muslin and transparent printed organza created the "filter" that protects the skintight and fragile silhouette.
My design DNA takes root in mostly strong, voluminous and soft curved shapes and has a strong believe in details, in order to create positive attention to the female body.