Specialising in Embroidey at NTU, my work is trend-led and aimed at high-end fashion and accessories. I enjoy inventing new themes within my work and do not stick to just one style. Although competent to a high level in both hand and machine embroidery, I combine these skills with CAD Read More...
Inspired by the facade of femininity and everything girlishness entails, more is more became the mantra of my final project. A heady mix of bows, sequins, unicorns, tiaras and love-hearts combined with castles made of cake under a
Illustrated visualisations became integral for communicating how samples would work on garments and bought the project together- working alongside wearbale headpieces, collars and a giant flump neckpiece.
Inspired by bird skeletons and ancient minerals this project grew around meticulous pencil observations from the Natural History Museum.
Illustrated visualisations developed on from collage-style sketchbook format and helped bring all aspects of the project together. This allowed designs to be easily transfered into lounge wear and underwear- application of the macabre imagery to delica
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