Magnhild Disington

The project can bee seen as a continuity of my MA project Deviated Evolution where I worked with the relationship between humans and their portable electronics, and the lack of emotional appeal these products provide. I was experimenting with how materials can evoke an emotional connection to a electronic device, and how this emotional value could persuade people to hold on to their electronic devices for more than a period of say- six months.


Beatrice Newman

Beatrice Korlekie Newman, 21. De Montfort University, BA (Hons.) Fashion Graduate 2009. -specialism: Fashion Womenswear /Knitwear. Design Background: Brought up in an African culture, I was introduced to a diversity of rich textiles and colour which have been a significant factor intriguing me to learn more about fashion and how I could translate the richness … Continue reading

Alexandrea Verschueren

Alexandra Verschueren, 21. Royal Academy of Fine Arts Antwerp, Fashion Graduate 2009. – specialism: Fashion Womenswear. Design Background: I went from high shool straight to the Academy. Since the program is really hands-on, we aren’t really able to study abroad for a semester. And we only have time for internships during the summer. In the … Continue reading

Disa Treutiger

Disa Treutiger, 24. Beckmans College of Fashion, 2. year knitwear project 2009. – specialism: Fashion Design Background: I started when I was 14 years old making clothes for a fashion show to raise money for my class travelling funds, I started calling up Swedish designers that I admire and asked if I could be an … Continue reading

Trine Kristoffersen & Tine Winther Rysgaard

Tine Winther Rysgaard og Trine Kristoffersen. The Danish Design School, 2 year project for Innovating Sustainable Fashion Competition 2009. – specialism: Fashion Womenswear and Knitwear.     Project title: Totems     Inspiration: The Cactus, The Bear, and The Mountain is an ecological knitwear collection inspired by limit challenging youthful curiosity, taking visual cues from … Continue reading

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