Collaborating with Fashion Textiles Student Hattie Davis, SS/21 Maranta Collection is taking inspiration from the luxury avant-garde 60’s and apocalyptic references. This collection illustrates a scene as in Bosch’s painting ‘The Garden of Earthy delights’. In the hell section of the painting Bosch is reflecting on a scene where the wild creatures take control of the environment where nature tones become predominantly brown and grey. The chaos in this section is almost a definition of daily life in metropolitan cities today. This is also a reflection of the labels customer’s life in cities. “In that survival moment, his most important vision was to understand the living conditions of this new planet and prove that he is not a danger to animals, nature and human race. Forms and silhouettes in this collection reflects the great 60’s and blends with utilitarian elements- so they are daring and elegant but can be easily adapted in everyday use. It is re-defining the history of humanity with a vision of utopian modernism.
Draping on a small dummy
Draping exercise on a small dummy
Colour & Material
Colour & Material Research
Toiling Look 2 jumpsuit and re-positioning textiles
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