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Snezana Anicic
Fashion Design MFA

Academy of Art University

Specialisms: Genderless / Fine Art / Textiles - Weave

Location: New York, United States

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Snezana Anicic

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First Name: Snezana

Last Name: Anicic

Specialisms: Genderless / Fine Art / Textiles - Weave

Sectors: Fashion/Textiles/Accessories / Fashion/Textiles/Accessories

My Location: New York, United States

University / College: Academy of Art University

Course / Program Title: Fashion Design MFA

About:

Serbian American living in Brooklyn. [email protected]

MFA graduate collection presented at New York Fashion Week '18 It explores the fast-paced life of modern society in correlation with life choices and gender identity which are translated into different qualities that can coexist in harmony rather than annulling each other.

Rei Kawakubo/Comme des Garçons: 'Art of the In-Between' exhibition at The Metropolitan Museum of Art fashion design contest by The Met Costume Institute. This project received Fan Favorite award.

The Scream

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The Scream is conceptually a continuation of my previous two projects, The Darkness of White and Suffocated. It's research is based on black and white contemporary and vintage art photography.

Suffocated

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This project is conceptually a continuation of The Darkness of White. It further explores black and white photography, contemporary iconography, and vintage art photographs based on the topic of suffocation.

The darkness of white

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This collection is inspired by art that has the absence of color. The research is based on organically shaped sculptures and black-and-white photography. Ideas that came out revolve around exploring free-form shapes and adding a limited amount of tailoring rooted in imagery of World War II military uniform form Japan and Russia.