Monday, 20 May 2013

Textile Graduates - DJCAD 2013

A beautifully innovative range of era inspired Scottish knitwear designed for the UK market: Winston embodies the desire to embrace and appreciate classic design whilst remaining current and appropriate to the modern fashion industry.  Katy Birchall

Designer Amy Buchanan is a lover of mixing and matching patterns and she has strived to create a range of energetic, colourful printed textiles that work well together to create a playful feel. - Amy Buchanan

By using reclaimed material I will create a contemporary collection of wall coverings for the interior market. Up cycling has become a new trend, especially in relation to interior design, so I wanted to use reclaimed wood for my project and give it a new lease of life by combining it with a range of techniques to add pattern and colour to the wood. - Abigail Crowther

 ‘Upcycling’ is one of the most environmentally friendly ways of production as it reduces textile waste and saves the water and energy used for the manufacture of raw materials. I reprinted soft, natural fabrics sourced from charity shops to give them a second life as materials for one-off fashion pieces. - Alexandra Hornyik

University of Dundee
Duncan of Jordanstones College of Art and Design
Degree Shows 2013
18-26 May

1 comment :

  1. For some reason I missed this beautiful post. I would like to have the knitted legging and also the skirt please! The wood work of Abigail Crownther is very special too ...I will look at their websites, thanks for sharing Lois



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