Tag: Fabrics

Is Wool an Enemy of Batman?

Is Wool an Enemy of Batman?

As the days are getting cold and snuggly down here, in London, it’s the time for me to put on my favourite sweater again – a red woollen jumper that belonged to my father when he was my age, and I stole from him going…

/Instructions/

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After bringing my designs to life, the time has definitely come to put some instructions in the pack.

Failures Also Go on the Wall

Failures Also Go on the Wall

No wonder mommy always says ‘When you buy shoes, always walk around the shop twice before buying them.’ Dad says: ‘When you buy a book, read random pages rather than the description at the back.’ Continue reading Failures Also Go on the Wall

Illusion

Illusion

Creating illustrations for the tennis collection started as something I thought I had to just get done, but in fact, the whole process evolved into something extremely inspiring, as my work on this part of the project reflects my concept perfectly.

Left side, right side

Left side, right side

A quick reflection on my tennis outfit since my last toile…

Wonderlands

Wonderlands

Sitting in the messy kitchen of our tiny seaside house, it is really hard to believe the past week has actually been real. The funny but somehow familiar and sweet chanting of my friend from upstairs brings me so far away from the intense adventure our trip to Germany has been. Continue reading Wonderlands

Another relationship in Falmouth

Another relationship in Falmouth

A few weeks ago I was given a project on designing for a brand. Well, apparently, creating objects you love is a bit harder when you have to consider how other people/brands might feel about it. I chose to design for Christopher Kane, hoping I…

The Innovation of Deprivation

The Innovation of Deprivation

Walking along the endless corridors of the Medjidi Tabia Fort I could smell the mould, the intoxicating scent of old fabrics, still bearing stains from the previous life they had once lived. Now everything was mixed with the feel of the soft afternoon sun, shining…