Showing posts with label Mary Katrantzou. Show all posts
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Friday, 7 September 2012

Textiles, Art & Design


A subject close to my heart.  I love fabrics, not just any fabric, but fabrics that will allow me to experiment with colour and textures.  The kind of fabrics that will allow me to bring out the best out of them, what an excitement!!!   I'm talking about printing, dyeing, weaving, manipulating, crotchet, knits, embellishment, and other surface design techniques; that is the excitement!!!  

Anna Luks Clothing 

Photo: Rob Sheppard
Models : In silk romper and chunky neck piece 


 Silk dress woven bodice.

  
Woven silk dress with graphite headpiece 
Photo:  Pavlito Vel Pablo


 Splashes of vibrant colours in beautiful designed fabrics bring uniqueness to a garment.  Nothing gives me pleasure than creating fabrics for my garments. A creation that starts with a spark of a thought, then building that thought and eventually bringing to life, is so exciting. I love experimenting with different fabrics, yarns, colours and techniques.   
Below are just a few images of the many great fashion and textile designers who inspire me.

Comme Des Garcons



Mary Katrantzou




Marc Jacobs chunky knit




Dolce & Gabana Eclectic Print




Shibori Techniques




Walter Van Beirendonck Woven Jacket & Prints
Walter Van Beirendonck Woven Jacket & Prints



Anslem Reyle Art Work
Anslem Reyle for Dior





Prada's Classic  Geometric Print 2012





The Etro Woman




Kenzo




Vintage Jerry Silverman Print (1960)




Vintage Pucci Print


Pucci for Vogue 1965




Vintage Louis Feraud Mexican Prints






1920's Flapper Style dress

Art Deco dresses made of a unique textured steel blue gray color sheer silk chiffon, voided cut velvet fabric.
I call flapper style dresses, effortless chic!  One can never go wrong with this style these dresses, you can wear them any day any time, in fashion or out, you are guaranteed to look sleek!