J O H A N . K U
This is another interesting knitwear designer to look out for.
This Taiwanese born designer explores knitwear in a more draped formula.
The garments form big voluminous silhouettes that encapsulate the body and create a sense of overwhelming weight.
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J O H A N . K U
S A N D R A . B A C K L A N D
Pushing the boundaries of garment design and knit design.
Creating new forms and new silhouettes.
Exploring the body, and re shaping the body.
L U I . F A N G
I have recently been exposed to the works of this amazing designer.
Although I am unable to find a lot of information about the designer’s profile, I have come to some conclusions about her work based on the images I have seen of her work.
Fang’s works are sculpturally challenging and create interesting dimension and shapes.
Her approach to knits is very different. Rather than using conventional yarns to create sculptural knits, Fang has integrated the use of unusual fabrications such a thick mesh to create volume and depth within her designs.
For me, it is this point of difference that sets Lui Fang aside and makes her work unique.
S I M P L Y . A M A Z I N G
I really appreciate this design because after my recent experience working with knits, I have realised how hard it is to create such dramatic sculptural work without the garments looking overly draped.
This design is here as a reminder of the possibilities out there with knits.
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