• collage concept board
  • lineup collaborator camila lopes
  • Collage:Balance Project 2015
  • Editorial shot LCF BA15
  • CATWALK LOOK1
  • Look1 Graduation show
  • Balance:Look1
  • CATWALKLOOK2
  • LOOK2 FMP
  • Look2 development
  • LOOK3 JUMPSUIT
  • look3 development
  • look3 development
  • LOOK3 development
  • Look4
  • Look4 development
  • CATWALKLOOK5
  • Design Development and drawings
  • look5 development
  • look7 development
  • Concept Development in Garment
  • Research Page
  • Draping Development
  • lineup
  • Colour and Print
  • Print inspired by kinetic movement
  • Research Page
  • Research Pages
  • Collage Page:Construction
  • Art of Dress Exhibition:Florence

WORK EXPERIENCE:

CÉLINE-studio intern
J.W.ANDERSON-studio intern



PRESS

Vogue:
http://www.vogue.co.uk/fashion/autumn-winter-2015/ready-to-wear/london-college-of-fashion-ba/full-length-photos/gallery/1414723

Dash Magazine Interview:
http://dashmagazine.net/?p=13311

Dezeen:
http://www.dezeen.com/2015/06/14/london-college-of-fashion-ba-graduates-dan-howarth-top-picks/


Evening Standard:
http://www.standard.co.uk/fashion/london-college-of-fashion-students-provide-commercially-savvy-yet-beautifully-creative-end-to-graduate-fashion-week-shows-10306934.html

Hunger Magazine:
http://www.hungertv.com/feature/graduate-fashion-week-london-college-of-fashion/

Amelie Magazine : http://www.ameliasmagazine.com/fashion/lcfba15-london-college-of-fashion-ba-hons-2015-catwalk-review/2015/06/12/

LCF:
http://www.arts.ac.uk/fashion/channel/catwalk-archive/

LCF blog:
http://blogs.arts.ac.uk/fashion/2015/06/06/class-2015-silhouettes-construction-womenswear-student-catherine-wang/

London College Of fashion: Art Of Dress Exhibition in Florence: Santa Croce

ABOUT ME

My designs are usually come from the result of my experimentation, through cut out and collage to create new meaning or a new vision under my own aesthetic. I am interested in forms and the meaning of forms; it also is based on the understanding of physical body, the relationship between the body and my construction. Draping is one of the most important parts for my development, especially finding out how material drapes on the body and how it could construct forms and relate to body. I usually start with stitching anchors on the fabric and placing elementary form around body in terms of the idea of balance, positive & negative space, then transform the shapes from 2D to 3D through collage and reproduction in between them.