TRINITAS creates its own visual world. It abstracts, disassembles and puts things into new contexts,
without judging about the origin, its beauty or ugliness. By working only with black and white, original contrasts are neutralised and new ones are created.
TRINITAS does this by combining different materials and printing techniques and by using non-standard cuts. New collections are released as VOLUMES, and each of them has their own topic. All products are limited and made in Europe.
What SDOD attempts to state is structured upon, as a mankind, the basic rights, a free will, a self-determination practiced on every individual.
In a fake, plastic utopia, the people there, lives with a happy end story, share the same smile face. However, this is how we are taught, an utopia
we should long for.
We’re pinging the one who is the minority, but has his own free will, willing to encourage himself and others, and doubt the mainstream. Let us stick together and make a difference
Petra Ptáčková brings fairytale in fashion. For her style she uses a term “magic realism” which defines her clothes as a piece of art in accordance with wearability.
The presented S/S 14 collection is called “J’ai rencontré un ptit bonhomme” and its an open follow-up of the story about little prince. Its about the game, about user’s creativity as the garments are variable and reconstructive so you can make your own new shapes and think out your way of wearing.
After receiving a great response to their Spring/Summer 2013 collection, “Camouflage”, from popular publications such as Vogue Ukraine and Vogue Russia, the Ksenia Schnaider brand is steadily growing. Ksenia and Anton, the duo behind the brand, continue to sketch, sew, develop and inspire, and “Bodywarmer” will undoubtedly do just that.
Klara Kalicz is a Budapest based fashion and costume designer. She graduated from Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design. She has also spent one semester at London College of Fashion. Through the years she worked as a costume designer and stylist for numerous short films, theatre projects and commercials.
She is an instinctive and provocative designer who is always exploring the human psyche and subconscious. Her garments reflect inspiration from unexpected sources to create pieces that stimulate the senses.
Fashion and costume label Tata Christiane was founded in 2007 by Julie Bourgeois and Hanrigabriel. Together they create collections with both serial and unique pieces and run a costume design atelier for theatre, film and art projects. Tata Christiane is a vision of the street costume. It proposes an absurd and disturbing vision of beauty, with decline, maladjustment, extravagance and immoderation. Using hand made and industrial production, the design and the cuts, the materials and the fabrics follow from the adaptation of poetic museum, costume, and street wear pieces, into a contemporary street costume.