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Together with fashion designer Neliana Fuenmayor, we were asked to reinterpret Giles Deacon’s Troubadour dress in any way we imagined. We wanted a soft, aethereal feel and went for two layers of digitally printed organza, one with high resolution photographs of carnations and the other with an infinite flow of pastel cubes. We had an honorable mention by Nick Knight. I also photographed and retouched the editorial.
textile print pattern design, textile design, digital textile printing
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Together with fashion designer Neliana Fuenmayor, we were asked to reinterpret Giles Deacon’s Troubadour dress in any way we imagined. We wanted Read More

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