Today’s inspiration is from independent design team, NENUKKO. Their inventively minimalistic aesthetic and provocatively abstract concepts allow them to confront and surpass the classical conventions of design, fashion, and communication. Ambiguity, motion, and stagnancy are the focal points of the conceptualized short film.
Today’s inspiration is courtesy of Norwegian-born fashion designer, Eleen Halvorsen, whose designs are innovatively minimalistic with just the right amount of architectural androgyny. Her collection, “[De]composed” is rich with strong lines, soft drapery, and conceptual proportions. Cropped leather tops layered and transparent mesh dresses push this collection into covetable status.
One can only imagine recent Academy of Art fashion design graduate, Vivian Mazuki’s state of mind at the 2014 Graduation Fashion Show. Sitting among the presences of three generations of Missoni women—not to mention other industry leaders such as Suzy Menkes—Mazuki sent her graduating collection down the runway that not only demonstrated her education at the Academy, but proved she has what it takes to be a fashion designer.