Per Gotteson’s latest collection, entitled ‘Poor Unfortunate Souls’, is his BA collection and focuses on individuality. The young man he showcases is a contemporary pirate – he is an outsider, who dresses with flair and originality, whilst not deviating from the
Exceedingly feminine yet theatrical in appearance, Bora Aksu’s Spring / Summer 2015 collection was focused on ballet, having evidently been inspired whilst working on costumes for the opera piece Werther previously. Layers are an integral part of the collection; layering
Anuk’s collection was influenced by the fusion of ballet and fencing. Not an obvious connection at first sight, but ballet first originated as a dance interpretation of fencing in the 15th century. The collection merges the ballet points and fencing swards in
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Ashish Gupta’s evident affinity with sequins is what continuously makes his collections one of the go-to conversation starters at London Fashion Week. This season, following his collaborations with Topshop and Nordstrom, his sequin-bedecked Spring / Summer 2015 collection channeled rainbow grunge
The Scandinavian countries have a distinguished design heritage rooted in their individual intrinsic and strong educational systems within the arts. Tilde’s work spans from commercial to theatrical, from industrial to craft, drawing on heritage but also looking into the future.