Let’s meet the 9 bright talents that have emerged from Parsons MFA Fashion.
Shizhe worked on the idea of a disappearing pattern. His enveloping menswear is somewhat comforting, having a schoolboy charm. The success of the collection can be attributed to her extraordinary pattern-cutting skills
Tingyue Jiang’s idea came from Chinese culture and the lives of factory workers. He brought those uneven stitches, that are usually found in the factories, to the forefront. His sense of colour stood for its subtle gradations in those degrading dresses.
Di Gao was inspired by Chinese architecture and construction, the main design philosophy being that every shape has a different function. She aims to apply these ideals to the body in movement. What might appear as very rigid and structural pieces, are actually light creations that can be altered by pulling a string which allows the pieces to transform in an instant.
Di Gao 受到了中式建筑风格的启发，每一种形制都有自己的功能，就是他的主要设计理念。她想通过运动中的人体将这一理念充分表现出来。看起来非常硬朗的结构感材质，实际上却非常轻巧，只需收紧一根带子，就能立马转型为另一种风格。
To be continued... 待续。。。