Month: March 2018

J Wears It

J Wears It

Somehow in the industry, we always end up designing for tall slim people, who would just walk around in our garments, looking fabulous. As for this project, authenticity is most important, I am not aiming to find a person, who would look good in my clothes,…

Make Them Work

Make Them Work

After a long Friday morning workshop on product testing, I finally feel inspired to give my garments a chance to live a real life, full of adventures. To do that, I have to prepare them really carefully, as if raising a child.

Blurry English Boys and Arnold

Blurry English Boys and Arnold

After a few chocolate bars, a whole chocolate donkey cake, and my mate’s chocolate dessert, fueled by sugar, I was finally ready to start with my designs for the other three major tournaments – Wimbledon, Australian Open, and French Open. Continue reading Blurry English Boys and Arnold

American Oxygen

American Oxygen

  Finally facing the decision to design for the four major tournaments, I got on some work around creating a collection, in which each piece would be unique. The garment I am actually making is for the US Open and is inspired by the clean and…

Leaf computers aside

Leaf computers aside

I was long ago sure that I want to use my prints for the whole tennis collection, but using already existing prints sounds like a bad idea, given the concept that everything has to be really personal. The main purpose is to create a print…

Slow ways of fast learning

Slow ways of fast learning

As I got more and more into tennis, I decided I really had to pay close attention to every single movement the players performed. That would help me be more informed and conscious when facing design choices. Turns out it was not only really helpful but also extremely enjoyable.

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