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‘External Body’ Fashion Collection // Emilia Tikka | Afflante.com

External body is Emilia`s final collection. Inspiration for the collection came from the deconstruction theory of Jacques Derrida. The deconstruction theory was

Fashion Collection no.2 // Cecilie Bahnsen | Afflante.com

Cecilie Bahnsen is a Danish fashion designer who has recently completed her MA at Royal College of Art in London. After graduating from the Danish Design School

SS’2013 Fashion Collection // ACHTLAND | Afflante.com

ACHTLAND’s collection takes its inspiration from the iconic oceanographer Dr Sylvia Earle and her ‘Aqua-Babes’, a team of female researchers with whom


Humans have been attempting to control the earth for millennia and with rapid technological developments we have managed to exert undeniable control over the

‘Capsule’ Fashion Collection // Margaux Bolle | Afflante.com

This capsule collection is the fruit of a research on print, structure and false impression. As such it is the further exploitation of Margaux Bolle's

CC Kuo - new young talent to watch out for.

Inspiration for the Spring Summer collection comes from a black stripe dress and vintage jewellery that were in CC’s mothers wardrobe, which also reminded her

Fall/Winter 2012-2013 collection // Sylvio Giardina | Afflante.com

Fall/Winter 2012-2013 collection // Sylvio Giardina | Afflante.com

‘Revival’ Fashion Collection // Ria Keburia | Afflante.com

Ria Keburia's goal is to skip the classical construction technique and experience more innovative contemporary approach of creating the clothes.

‘Mimesis’ SS’2013 Fashion Collection // Kamila Gawronska-Kasperska | Afflante.com

The main inspiration in creating the Mimesis collection was a film called Microcosmos: Le peuple de l'herbe directed by Claude Nuridsany and Marie Perennou.