WHEN 10th July 2012
WHERE London College of Fashion
Last week, the extremely talented Sade English showcased her collection at London college of Fashion Graduate show and I was delighted to attend. Sade English for Miko Spinelli pieces fabrics used are nylon, polyester and pvc, which complements the qualities in each fabric. The detailed textured polyester creates a unique and at the same time decorative technique element to the pieces. Her designs are exuded with precision and have a perfectionism polish.
These two pieces were selected and showcased at London college of Fashion Graduate Press Exhibition. The limited pieces are two and are part of her soon to be released Fall 2012/2013 unisex collection.
Limited edition pieces for the up coming womenswear designer Sade English. Two pieces from are soon to be released Unisex Fall 2012-13 Collection. Price on application.
The limited edition pieces are inspired by and consist of elements taken out from the traditional Islamic architecture and Samurai armour. The shapes, outlined in each garment, are similar to the shapes that could be seen in mosques. That symbolizes opulence, boldness and structure, which is the concept of Miko Spinelli’s designs, mixed with the Sade English individual design techniques. Her combination of architectural outlines, new and perfectly finish eye for detail, futuristic elements and strong statement, English touches of achieving both female and male dress, with a overall gothic element.
Sade English’s unique outlook on womenswear makes it possible to see how she gains inspiration from four vital factors to her limited pieces and what would keep the industry and public excited for her future collections.
Architectural futuristic outlook on design and garment constructivism, in a combination with historic art and dark gothic elements within her pieces, end up creating her signature style.
Sade English is to be a sensation within the fashion industry because of her phenomenal mixture of past and future elements. Japanese armour alongside the surrealistic, reminiscing the trompe-loeil technique elements gives the pieces the unexpected alien and futuristic look.
www.sade-english.com - coming soon