my fav shot from her shoot
photography by http://www.kristinayenko.com/
featuring my brace lace up leather skirt and sheer beaded rib cage top from DANSE MACABRE
recent shoot by Hugo Garay http://www.facebook.com/hugogaray http://www.hugogaray.com
follow this link to see Anna Zhu’s Photography from the UTS fashion Shows
below are a couple of great images from the blog
Follow the link to see my work on Karen Torrisi’s Website
click on the link to see a selection of images from the UTS Preview Show 2011,
I was excited to see someone had taken a quick snap of my shoes from my collection backstage! and included it on the blog. YAY
the shoes are embellished with custom made ceramic mosaic ‘buttons’ that I had stitched onto the shoe, all the buttons are unique and the imagery comes from
my interpretation of the Frida Kahlo story. Thanks to Wendy for helping me with these 🙂
on a rainy monday like this, there is nothing better than getting a warmed up with a skim latte and sitting in front of the computer screen looking at inspirational work. go to http://www.fashiondesignuts.com/ to view some of the other students work from our graduating year of UTS Design (Fashion and Textiles).
ps. leaving you with another beautiful shot of Amber from my collection shoot,
I love crochet, there is nothing anyone can say to me about it… yes it is kitsch and silly at times… but i aim to change this perception from what you see below to something innovative, new and inspiring. Watch this space for 3d pine paper crochet samples. just got to get my head around creating new patterns- crochet is pretty tricky!
I think after agonizing and refining my drawings i am becoming a little boring out of fear/stress/tiredness. Time to look back on original inspiration and mentors and remind myself what this collection is all about, to get the spirit back!
Tao is one of my mentors because of her spontaneity and youthfulness. This collection of fall 09 has been saved on my computer for ages. It’s not my aesthetic exactly, but this designer obviously sticks to her original motive whilst pushing her ideas as far as she can with print, embellishment, volume and head to toe styling!!
These images have been chosen in reference to colour palette experimentation. Frida was known to accessorize with large stones and gems, in particular I have noted green and red to be strong favorites in her jewelry choices. Thus inspiring me to consider embellishment with these stones, coming from my chosen colours and perhaps for jewelry pieces to adorn my models.
Details such as the framing of the face to make it look Skeleton like and the almost alive looking flower embellished neck and shoulders to me is what sets mcqueen’s work apart. My collection will have this level of micro detail as well as macro elements to hopefully create a dreamy collection that fully communicates my vision!!