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A retro-styled handbags and clutches collection created by the London based Hong Kong born designer Flora Leung. This is Matter Matters, a new launched line that will officially “hit the stores” next year, on S/S 2013.
Enjoy the preview in the slideshow below and keep an eye on Flora Leung: no doubt she’s one to watch! Find out more here about her background and accomplishments also as a talented graphic designer and art director, now turned into a promising fashion designer.
Flora creates also customized products for companies wishing to further strengthen their image and corporate identity through professional accessories.
Summer is here, so let’s zoom again on WFTS – Waiting For The Sun – the French sunglasses brand, which is actually an innovative concept of contemporary eyewear design. Three friends teamed up in 2007 and launched a line of wooden sunglasses, conceived to impact on the price tag at no more than €150! …Not bad at all, considering that WFTS‘s models are entirely handmade, framing Carl Zeiss quality lens.
Read DOY’s older post here to know more about such a vintage charming brand, fusing the Californian summery appeal with the sophisticate Paris style, and give a look to the slideshow below to unveil part of the S/S 2012 collection:
Each pair of glasses comes in a recycled cardboard packaging and wrapped in a limited edition foulard, exclusively signed by a contemporary artist.
She’s young, she’s talented and she’s one of the new London College of Fashion‘s graduates definitely to watch. This is Liron Kliger, an Israeli born jewellery designer, who after traveling in Barcelona, Paris, Milan and Tel Aviv is now based in London.
Her latest project developed from a fascination with snakeskin and infatuation with catwalk pieces motivating her to create her own interpretation via snakeskin inspired bangles designed for the catwalk.
Quirky, colorful, and extremely eye-catching, Liron Kliger‘s bangles perfectly match the goal of her research, aiming to create unique pieces encompassing the form and essence of the material used, and look ideally suited for a fashionable summery outfit.
Find out more here in the slideshow below:
Credits: *Cedric Kosovac, Photographer * Aileen Greiner , Model * Shruti Mehta, Product shoot Photographer*
For those who missed FASHIONCLASH Maastricht 2012 – the international and interdisciplinary fashion platform for young talents – just scroll down this post for a selection of images spotted over June 8-10 , when the Dutch city of Maastricht turned into one of the most fashionable districts in Europe.
Celebrating the 4th edition, FASHIONCLASH foundation reconfirmed the original purpose:
(…) to create a ‘clash’ with ‘fashion’ as a starting point. By organising fashion projects FASHIONCLASH aims to create a platform where ‘young’ designers/artists can present their work to a diverse international audience. FASHIONCLASH shows fashion in the widest sense of the word. A broad range of disciplines that link to fashion, like photography, fine arts, illustration, video, textile and product design are invited to take part in the projects.
Photo Credits: PETER STIGTER
Feel the creative vibes of FAFHIONCLASH 2012 also watching the video below:
Video Credits: PETER STIGTER Team
Flat to Form is the name of her “Graduate Collection”, showing all her interest in the art of folding and her true obsession for geometric shapes, smartly fused with an innovative and creative pattern cutting.
Today DOY wants to introduce Tiravan Vanichnam – a talented and promising designer – recently graduated from London College of Fashion with a well defined style capturing the best of the East and the West design’s suggestions.
Born and raised in Bangkok -Thailand – before heading Europe, she first moved to Melbourne, Australia, pursuing her goal of making her name in Fashion Design. Flat to Form collection – exploring the relationship between 2D and 3D forms through a one piece pattern cut and fold – confirms that she’s definitely one to watch.
Let’s find out more about her passion for Origami applied to leather accessories in the slideshow and video below: