Tag: Innovation

Hybrid Insulated T-Shirt

Hybrid Insulated T-Shirt

One of my latest projects, fresh out of the oven is a rework of one of my favorite Mammut products, Eigerjoch Light Insulated T-Shirt.

Applications of Monochromatic Light

Applications of Monochromatic Light

Recently colour has been a dominant subject in the public eye: yes, the colour of skin, the colour of hair, the colour of the car one drives, the colours of shoes, bags, smartphone cases, cereal boxes, post-it notes, the trend colours of next season, yes, 

Electro-osmosis in Performance Wear

Electro-osmosis in Performance Wear

Wearable technology has been around for what seems to be an eternity of helping us to be better, faster, healthier, stronger.

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ISPO 2020

ISPO 2020

Still looking up to the excitement of ISPO 2020 and its immense inspiration, there is a whole pile of astonishing fresh information, a brilliance of ideas and lush materials, reminding each and every designer how thrilling it is to be a part of this ever-evolving 

Falling down a rabbit hole

Falling down a rabbit hole

Maybe falling down a rabbit hole is an adventure everyone should go through in order to learn how to deal with reality. After all, Alice always relied on her dreams to teach her how to face important decisions in her life. Besides, she eventually became a captain 

Spring brings new leafs

Spring brings new leafs

As I slightly altered small details of my concept in the course of the project, changing the initial mood board is a natural process. Continue reading Spring brings new leafs

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 

First steps, clumsy ones

First steps, clumsy ones

After I couldn’t get my head around the project after the Germany trip, I thought that a thorough research might help me find answers, but what actually happened was I found myself not being able to ask the right questions.

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