Design Collection

THEME : MAGUS
I’ve chosen resort for the year 2013. This design collection is based on the solitary spirit of a magician which is depicted by the vivid use of digital prints, embroidery and color blocking. I’ve used materials like cotton-spandex & cotton-viscose (Knit/jersey)
Techniques used: Digital print, draping, embroidery, patchwork, shredding and braiding.

Hope you like!

MOODBOARD goes like this:

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Ensemble #1
My first ensemble is modest and easy. Its a draped shift dress with a Kaftan top. You can see the print mode clearly as you scroll down and lots of COLOR!

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The use of color blocking using the hottest neon trend and graphical motifs. The inspiration behind the construction of the garment is the draped toga and by merging it with a Kaftan I've made the first resort  piece of my collection.

The use of color blocking using the hottest neon trend and graphical motifs. The inspiration behind the construction of the garment is the draped toga and by merging it with a Kaftan I’ve made the first resort piece of my collection.

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Ensemble #2
Linear and mango! The color speaks the language of monks. The silhouette is fluid and tall.

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Ensemble #3
Tangerine peeks through and dominates this look. The heavy embroidered & embellishment jacket is handcrafted and truly one of a kind.

Tangerine and embroidered jersey jacket

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Ensemble #4
Cape covered with geometric graphics is inspired by tribal art and design from all over the world. You can see the print below as you scroll.

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See the spray of marigold flowers throughout  the geometry?

See the spray of marigold flowers throughout the geometry?



Ensemble #5
This one is my personal favorite. Color blocked red solid this piece is sparsely covered with patchwork at the bottom. I’ll upload more pictures soon so that you could see the embellished neck more clearly… it is subtly lined with with beads, chain-mail and feathers. The back has a low cowl and a braided T-shaped closure.

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Ensemble #6
This is the final piece and I’ve employed shredding to achieve beautiful rippled/sheared textures. This was done by manually cutting meters of fabric and turning this lightweight viscose cotton into a luxurious Kaftan. The belts has an extra-large wooden closure and is braided for a tribal handmade touch.

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Thank you for your time. I’m eager to get reviews so, let me know what you think of my work and make my day!

Cheers!