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FASHION DESIGN: NAYA Fashion Design – WOODEN DESIGN MERGING FASHION AND ARCHITECTURE.

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Designers’ Duo Nara Papakaliati & Vaya Nikolakopoulou (NAYA Fashion Design) together with Anna Moraitou (Anna Moraitou Design) seek for innovative concept while working on wooden inspirations.  They went beyond the standard of classic fashion and  introduce structures of modern industrial design. Continue reading “FASHION DESIGN: NAYA Fashion Design – WOODEN DESIGN MERGING FASHION AND ARCHITECTURE.”

Fashion Designer: Sporty Vigor in VIVACITA Spring Summer 2014 Lookbook.

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Along with the Italian meaning of the fashion brand, Vivacita is the essence of vigor – the sporty energy mingles with the sleekness of the city style and comfort. The word “vivacita” originated from Italian language, expresses the concept of  vigor or energy. That name will definitely generate a positive connotation of the fashion statement presented by the brand. With the idea of slow fashion and timeless concept, the label focuses on the live dialogue between them and receivers.  The athletic twist and sleek designs infuse with the refined taste and ultimate style testimony proving the wearability that will work fine on the city bicycle trip as well as the glamor of fashion week feel.

The designer Chia Jen Chan  studied Industrial Design and fashion design at Milan’s prestige Istituto Marangoni of Fashion Design.

CREDITS:

VIVACITA Spring Summer 2014 Lookbook

Official website: www.thevivacita.com

Photography  by TK Yang

Model Julia Nykolyshyn at Linno,

Hair styling  by May,

Makeup artist Kevin Chen

Images via designscene.net

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Check also the gallery of VIVACITA Spring Summer 2014 Lookbook:

Fashion Video: Lanvin Eyewear 2012

“From the Lanvin ateliers on Rue Faubourg Saint-Honoré to the factories of the Italian Eyewear workshops, Lanvin presents a visual movement of artisan savoir-faire and hand crafted high technology. Portraying a universe of detailed sewing and industrial design, Lanvin gives a glimpes into the creation process under the artistic direction of Alber Elbaz.”

The sunglasses will be available at Lanvin e-store and all Lanvin boutiques this Spring 2012.

A beautiful film on both eyewear and ready-to-wear production and savoir-faire: