DiamArt introduces in the market the possibility of using a flexible support for its diamond surface. DiamArt fabric is covered with an expanse of micro-diamonds, with a velvety and shiny effect. With a density of 0.06ct / cm2 of natural micro-diamonds, verified by IGI – Istituto Gemmologico Italiano, DiamArt fabric is a decorative proposal that enhances details and finishes for the world of fashion and design. Customizable in shape and color, it can be applied to furnishing elements, accessories, footwear and clothing.
This work ruled out felting, commonly used in wool manufacturing processes of everyday goods, and focus on the intertwining properties of plain wool while employing various sewing techniques. Her experiments gave birth to thin and translucent wool-based material with distinct thread pattern, giving the impression of being both robust and ethereal. She plans to continue her investigation into the methods of expressing the delicacy and fineness of the natural aspect of wild wool and explore the ways the beauty of nature can be interwoven into everyday life.
The signature ornament was inspired by amazing festive mosaic lamps are the hallmark of the oriental bazaars and part of the eastern culture. The designer offers own interpretation of Arabic colorful patterns. The bright ornament was designed for fashion apparel, bags, and accessories and can be applied to different textile bases. The pattern is included in the branded collection ”Lovely Lines" by Anni Teriani.
These designs explore how movement can be embodied in our urban garments through the use of programmable materials in response to the digital era. The aim is to analyze the relation between body and movement, through the connection with materials, and their adaptation and reaction to this. Materialization means to assume material form: the emphasis is on reality and perception. To materialize the movement is a path which has not only a conceptual and social goal, but also a functional one. The inspiration came doing a motion capture of our bodies in different sport activities.
A repetitive screen-print pattern design made for the modern and brave woman. The design is implemented with different color combinations and on different fabrics such as cotton, silk and satin. The prints are for winter collection. The pattern and garments were designed for the strong independent woman who also has a hidden feminine side that she wants to express. The collection was meant to treat the other side in every women. Combining both modern and classic style in one look.
The Withering Flower is a celebration of the power of the flower image. The flower is a popular subject written as personification in Chinese literature. In contrast to the blooming flower’s popularity, images of the decaying flower are often associated with jinx and taboos. The collection looks at what shapes a community’s perception on what is sublime and abject. Designed in 100cm to 200cm length of tulle dresses, silkscreen printing on translucent mesh fabrics, the textile technique allows the prints to stay opaque and stretchy on mesh, creating an appearance of prints afloat in the air.
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