For SS13, Trine Lindegaard has focused on what she does best; exploring new techniques and textile developments. Lindegaard simply explains the collection as “a colourful collection that celebrates the traditional craftsmanship of Ghanaian fabric weavers whilst adding some sporty elements and of course, the odd bit of embellishment.”
The collection quickly evolved from an approach from a West African based charity and an introduction to the wonders of their local weavers. Ultimately, the Danish born design talent celebrates their great textile tradition whilst breathing fresh life in their work by mixing it with Western hi-tech materials to achieve a wearable and modern collection.
Ria Keburia is a young Georgian Fashion Designer and curator of the Ria Keburia Gallery. Active in the Russian fashion scene, she divides her time between Paris whilst putting Georgian designers on the international scene. We… »
“What is done in the dark?…”, the title of the new PATH SS17 collection by German designer Janine Grosche, refers to the belief that everything that is hidden will eventually be brought into the open, and every secret will be brought to light.