This drawing has been designed by our fashion student : Gregori Brankovic (Svizzera) Gregori Brankovic, Swiss, dress designer, Fashion Design course For the realization of my sketches I was inspired by environmental decay of the present day, air pollution, because of fine dusts and oil that cause smog. The clothes are characterized by geometric lines and clean with fading effects reminiscent of smog and black accents to evoke streams of tar. I used different staining techniques such as: pantone, color-pencils, chalk - pencils, micro tip and nail polish, to make [...]
This drawing has been designed by our fashion student : Giulia Molino (Italia) Lolita’s Carnival Donne vestite da bambolina, maschere che celano il tempo che avanza. La donna ha timore dell’inesorabile arrivo della vecchiaia. Vuole essere eterna bambina, una piccola e deliziosa lolita. Fiocchi e orpelli vezzosi si mescolano a colori maturi che annullano le nuance pastello dell’infanzia. E’ la donna bambina che osa fingendo innocenza. Materiali utilizzati: Pantone TRIA Matite Caran D’Ache Grafite 4b
This drawing has been designed by our fashion student : Teresa Orecchio (Italia) I attend the course in Fashion Designer for 4 months. "My imagination guides my hand in a game of compositions of lines that slowly take shape". The figures represented are an expression of my creativity. The clothes are designed to create a strong and dynamic woman who does not renounce to the sweetness, elegance and charm. The colors black and white, printed in vertical lines, represent the strong and determined character in contrast with red hearts, which [...]
This drawing has been designed by our fashion student : Camille Pfister (Francia) I attended the 8 month Fashion Design Course. This design is inspired by Princess Grace of Monaco. It describes her romantic, classic and elegant character. The dress is made from a lace blouse, a jacket and corolla skirt. Staining technique: Markers and colored pencils Camille Pfister, won the sixth edition of Next Generation, the competition dedicated to young designers under 30, sponsored and organized by the Chamber of Fashion in collaboration with the Chamber of Commerce of [...]
This drawing has been designed by our fashion student : Melania Truglio (Italia) I attend attend the Istituto di Moda Burgo from 7 months (Fashion Designer - intensive course) Staining technique: pantone as the base of the fashion plate refined with crayons, acrylic colors for details, glitter application. The clothes that I represent recall the main features of our universe: air, water and earth. I have also been inspired by the animal world, thus creating a bond between woman and nature.
This drawing has been designed after only 8 months by our fashion student : Alessandra Merlin (Italy) For my Fashion Design I was Inspired by the navy of ‘700, “the Commodore” taken from the famous series “Pirates of the Caribbean”.
This drawing has been designed after only 8 months by our fashion student : Alabiso Gomez Stella (Spagna) I attend attend the Istituto di Moda Burgo from 7 months (Fashion Designer - intensive course) The figures are taken from one of my collections inspired by Pop Art, an art movement of the 50's, reflecting the consumer society through the use of famous icons, objects and comics. The main artists are Andy Warhol, Cloer Oldenburg, Roy Lichtenstein, Jasper Jons, ... The staining technique is based on pantoni Tria and pencils. Some [...]
This drawing has been designed after only 8 months by our fashion student : Carmen Rullo (Italia) The theme of these 3 figures is the combination between the world of rock made of studs and jeans and colorful gypsy and "sloppy" with feathers and touches of color. I used a mixed technique of pantone and colored pencils. For the details I have used the black, white and silver micro-tip.
This drawing has been designed after only 7 months by our fashion student : Valentina Rotundo (Italia) Vanguard, fantasy, play ... the elegance of Pied de poul is near to the bright colors and geometric shapes ... the woman of future undress ordinary clothes to become a woman more daring, strong and extravagant ... that knows how dares! Technique: Pantone - pencil - black micro 01. All this allows to give the idea of ??fluidity and movement of the lines.
This drawing has been designed by our fashion student : Sara Aerni (Svizzera) During the realization of my sketches I hadn’t a clear idea, I just let my hand and my imagination work. So the lines I traced have been transformed into soft dresses, modern yet classic, and I continued on like this. The figures have gained much femininity and romantic traits; the clothes bring out the bodies and their shapes.