Fashion industry had its own noticeable amount of change in 2021 and as it learned to co-exist with Covid, it saw its different parts adapt to the new normal. There are many things in the […]
Origami dress by Yuki Hagino
Yuki Hagino’s BA final collection is with no doubt one of the most architectural garments in her time. The London Evening Standard called her designs “heavenly”, whilst Elle UK say that she “provided one of […]
Origami Dresses From Paper and Textiles by Amila Hrustic
Dress construction: Milan Senic / Photography: Irfan Redzovic / Model: Lana Pasicimages via Amila Hrustic
Architectural head pieces collection
The collection is by Zara Gorman. All images are the courtesy of Zara Gorman.
The brief history of the connection between clothing and shelter 4
Over the last 25 years globalisation and information technology led to developments in both fields of Fashion and Architecture. In 1980s, Gianni Versace and Hermes both used the classical motifs-the Greek pretor key pattern. column […]
The brief history of the connection between clothing and shelter 3
The work of Paul Poiret in Fashion industry has some Art Nouveau´s popular curvilinear shapes of the late nineteenth century. In this time the simplicity of form and fluid ornamentation was important. the shapes coming […]
The brief history of the connection between clothing and shelter 2
In 1850s, the prefabrication in building materials and steel construction made more open architecture and lighter spaces. The use of fewer structural elements in construction building. The Crystal Palace, designed by Joseph Paxton for the […]
Examples of TEXTILES we want to see more!
Ionic Structure and Metallic Reaction is inspired by the exploration of chemistry studies, chemical reactions, elements, atoms and bonds. Geometric chemical structure is prominent within the designs. The reactions of elements and their explosive […]