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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

#dinosaurtoast

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.

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