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Drawing inspiration from the Japanese Meiji Period and Britain's Victorian era, ‘The Maninism’ is a menswear collection which reveals the feminine beauty often hidden in the male form. Stemming from a fascination for bespoke garments the designer explores tailoring techniques with a focus on functional details.
The collection 'sneak peek' is inspired by looking at the notion of sexualisation and choices around the way in which women dress. Nima has explored garments that can cover and reveal the fetishized area of the female forms. The look has been achieved using the combination of outerwear and underwear pieces.
Tatenda sees creating as a way to educate, celebrate heritage and share stories. Through her collection titled ‘African Twilight’ and the contemporary materials that are incorporated throughout, she employs multi-generational skills. The use of wool alludes to the imposition of colonialism on already rich cultures.
Vaishali's collection titled 'Displacing Boundaries' is an exploration of deconstruction and knitting and ways of breaking down the established forms of garments and reconstructing them. The main components of the collection are shirts and trousers which are made to be gender neutral.