Showing posts with label Mary Katrantzou. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Mary Katrantzou. Show all posts

Hail Mary

Mary Katrantzou just keeps getting better season after season. This time pencils, spoons, a french garden, watches and even a typewriter made it into Katrantzou's fantastic prints. According to the Telegraph the designer collaborated with French embroidery house Lesage to put together this collection, no wonder this is almost couture. 
(photos: Nowfashion and



Eye On: Mary Katrantzou

No descuiden este nuevo talento, nacida en Grecia, Mary empezó como diseñadora de joyas y luego se especializó en textiles. En el 2008 lanzó su marca oficial después de ganar el New Generation sponsorship en la semana de la moda de Londres donde cautivó a los editores de Vogue UK y logró que la tienda Browns se interesara por vender sus piezas.
Sus creaciones se basan en imprimir creativos gráficos Trompeoeil" o "trampantojo" sobre innovadoras telas.
En el mes de octubre pasado, durante la semana de la moda de París, pudimos capturar a la modelo y presentadora de TV Eglantina Zingg llevando una pieza de la colección otoño invierno de Mary Katrantzou.

 Aquí les dejo mi review de la colección primavera 2011 y algunas imágenes de sus colecciones anteriores:

Spring Summer 2011
Review: Mary Katrantzou:The Greek native who is quickly making a name for herself with her distinct use of graphics digitally printed onto fabrics, has managed to put together yet another brilliant collection. The designer was inspired by images of oldissues of Architectural Digest and World of Interiors: She fitted them cleverly onto the female figure using her characteristic trompe l’oeil effects to create the illusion looking through the window of an elegantly decorated room as the model walked down the runway. The curtains of the print evolved into the lower part of the dress as if it were coming to life, perfectly symmetrical printed pieces, lampshade skirts, tassels, crystals and bold bright colours, among other elements made show a surreal experience. Not only can Katrantzou think outside of the box, she can actually pull it off too: who would have thought the interior of a room could be so wearable?

Ver las demás colecciones: