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  • Hollande is working in London for the summer before she goes back to her business studies course in New York.

    London – Hollande

    Posted on waynetippetts.com July 25 2012, 7:35am

  • London – Religious Order

    Posted on waynetippetts.com July 21 2012, 10:57am

  • London – Street Life

    Posted on waynetippetts.com July 19 2012, 8:08am

  • I just love the simple touches of yellow that Suzanna brings to her model-Off-duty look to make the thing pop.

    London – Yellow Pop

    Posted on waynetippetts.com July 15 2012, 9:44am

  • Rachel is owner and operator of the UK students biggest night out, called Nice Curve. Rachel is wearing a vintage skirt, Topshop vest, Carvela wedges, Michael Kors watch, Mcqueen necklace, Westwood bag and earrings.

    London – Rachel – The Westway

    Posted on waynetippetts.com July 14 2012, 9:02am

  • London – Rocking The Grunge

    Posted on waynetippetts.com July 12 2012, 7:24am

  • Cari Marsden's Graduate Collection 2011 ‘The designer role is changing,’ says LCF graduate Cari Marsden, ’the consumer is increasingly participating in the design process’. This statement proves true, since Nike ID there has been an increased demand for a development in product uniqueness and customisation as well as memorable shopping experiences. Co-design operations, however, are still seen as a niche and as difficult to develop into brands. “The concept is innovative and consumers are intrigued, but the fashion industry so far has been rather reluctant of utilising it as real objects of consumerism. As a designer, you need courage to be open with your consumers and let them translate your products. I’m very interested in the outcomes co-design can achieve”.

    Co-Lab, The Rarotonga 0 Therefore, for her MA project in Digital Fashion, Cari Marsden hopped on the train to re-create the design process. Taking traditional knotting and threading techniques into the future, Cari founded Co-Lab, where designer and consumer merge and co-design as one brand. Inspired by body modification and surgery, Cari researched tribal biomedical interpretations and with her skills in garment construction and digital processes came up with surprising silhouettes. The traditional shapes are contrasted with sterile looking materials and a clinical colour palette of whites and blues as taken from the hospital, yet creating a fresh look. Her research allowed her to analyse and interpret historical forms of interaction in tribal history to modern day situations, where consumers are communicating online. In her MA paper it reads: “Digital consumers are beginning to customise apparel, using the internet as an efficient interaction tool and becoming personalised product creators.” Co-Lab, The Bateke 000 worn with Co-Lab Perspex Collar Cari developed her idea from a previous project of laser cutting holes in fabric and threading through cords by morphing ideas from contrasting areas of research, such as medical tubing, tribal jewellery, face decoration, body manipulation, pill packet patterns and surgical operations. Furthermore, when studying the work of the Italian artist Maurizio Anzeri, who stitches coloured threads over his drawings, the designer became increasingly interested in the manipulation of the face. She took inspiration from tribal masks of healing and biomedical statuesque interpretations and explored the influence illness has on a body’s silhouette and how she could portray this by manipulating and creating an illusion around the body’s shape. Cari was also inspired by the way human interaction is encouraged through illness when carrying out operations or remedies and used this as inspiration for the tactility needed in the collection. Co-Lab, The Rarotonga 0 “My realisation of the toiles was affected by my fabric sourcing and selection”, the graduate recalls, “instead of selecting fabric first then working with the properties, I decided to make shapes first and then create an infrastructure to hold this. This is not a typical process to follow and upon reflection I feel it cost me time and effort. However it did force me to source innovatively, for example I used a flexible yet rigid medical tube inserted into heat sealing tape which acted as a strong structure for the garments to mould around. I also had to be creative with my finishes. I used the thick binding with concealed zips on open seams as finishing, but also as hidden thickness and added structure in the seams”. Creating those strong shapes, Cari recalls, she had difficulties when toiling in different fabrics to production, which caused her finishing and time management to suffer a little, but through smart prioritising she managed to achieve her aims as set initially. The thorough toiling she produced allowed her to work on gaining a balance in the garments of structure to hold shape, as well as volume and flexibility for laser cutting and cords to be put through. Co-Lab, The Bateke 000 worn with Co-Lab Perspex Collar Cari talks me through her sketchbook, of which she thinks it records old and present research, a process she needs in order to explore her design identity further in terms of layout, imagery, typography and the process of design development. She aims to now commit time to producing a digital presence such as a blog. “I feel this would enrich the design process through interacting with other people”. A blog could also create a Co-Lab experience before production as well as being a selling point through her website. “The Co-Lab digital interface creates an environment where the Co-Lab community can experiment, design, select and facilitate’ Cari explains. By splitting the brand into sub brands (Co-Collection, Co-Select and Co-String), it became an open brand, interacting with consumers whilst managing the brand identity. Co-Lab, The Bateke 000 worn with Co-Lab Perspex Belt “I am proud of the digital skills I have developed” Cari tells me, and she has definitely raised her profile to start her digital fashion career. Throughout the project she considered whether to put her name within the brand, however, as the label would not feel personal to the consumers she wants the label to connect with, she decided not to in the end. Now she seems pleased with Co-lab as the brand name as it relates to many other terms related to the brand such as collaboration, co-label, co-operation, laboratory, community, co-design, communicate. Co-Cari! ns Co-Lab, The Co-Lab String Take a journey on Cari’s website to understand the co-design element and label aesthetic. © STYLECLICKER - Co-Cari! – Cari Marsden’s Graduate Collection is a post from: http://www.styleclicker.net

    Co-Cari! – Cari Marsden’s Graduate Collection

    Posted on styleclicker.net July 4 2012, 9:10am

  • London – Tie-Dye

    Posted on waynetippetts.com July 2 2012, 5:52am

  • I love this 1940s look from Christie, complimented with her Bakelite bangles.

    London – Christie

    Posted on waynetippetts.com June 30 2012, 9:09am

  • Suzanne Kuuskman is a stylist from Estonia. Suzanne is wearing Armani jacket Zara pants with office sandals.

    London – Suzanne

    Posted on waynetippetts.com June 28 2012, 8:59am

  • Cool look and simply put together. Shot during graduate fashion week at Earls court,  perfect for the English summer music festival season.

    London – Festival Fun

    Posted on waynetippetts.com June 27 2012, 8:34am

  • Fashion student Louis is wearing Vintage Pants teamed with a Topshop shirt.

    London – Louis

    Posted on waynetippetts.com June 26 2012, 7:13am

  • London – LCM – Crazy Golf

    Posted on waynetippetts.com June 24 2012, 7:05am

  • Film Director and Producer David Furnish going through a purple patch.

    London – LCM – David Furnish

    Posted on waynetippetts.com June 23 2012, 12:20pm

  • London – Red White & Blue

    Posted on waynetippetts.com June 22 2012, 8:15am

  • Elizabeth is currently junior designer for Pringle Of Scotland. After graduating at Central St Martins Elizabeth worked as design assistant at Balenciaga, also a stint as print Art worker at Jonathan Saunders and print design assistant at Eley Kishimoto. Elizabeth is wearing vintage trousers with a Pringle Of Scotland top.

    London – Elizabeth Morling

    Posted on waynetippetts.com June 21 2012, 7:11am

  • Man about town Jamie Miller, features writer for GQ.com, wearing Tiger of Sweden shirt & suit, pocket square Caroline Massey for ASOS, shoes Grenson and camouflage Brolly by London Undercover.

    London – LCM – Jamie Miller

    Posted on waynetippetts.com June 19 2012, 7:25am

  • London – GFW – Syasha

    Posted on waynetippetts.com June 15 2012, 7:43am

  • London – GFW – Catherine

    Posted on waynetippetts.com June 13 2012, 8:00am

  • Graduate fashion student Sophie.

    London – GFW – Sophie

    Posted on waynetippetts.com June 12 2012, 7:08am

  • Cool stylish blogger and fashion student. Ginger contributes to Ginger Fashion Monsters.

    London – GFW – Ginger Clark

    Posted on waynetippetts.com June 11 2012, 3:17pm

  • The start of Graduate Fashion Week, Earls Court London.

    London – Street Life – GFW

    Posted on waynetippetts.com June 11 2012, 7:06am

  • Fashion intern Madeline.

    London – Madeline

    Posted on waynetippetts.com June 8 2012, 7:59am

  • London – Highlighted

    Posted on waynetippetts.com May 30 2012, 7:51am

  • Stella Photo by Ellie Tsatsou © STYLECLICKER - The Fringe – London is a post from: http://www.styleclicker.net

    The Fringe – London

    Posted on styleclicker.net May 29 2012, 10:18am

  • Monica is wearing an 80s skirt from her mother and a friends mother made the top. Monica’s hair was inspired by a burlesque dancer called Dolly Rose. In her spare time Monica makes burlesque costumes.

    London – Burlesqued

    Posted on waynetippetts.com May 29 2012, 7:53am

  • Anna is wearing a silk shirt from Zara and the silk trousers were a charity shop find, the are wedges are Prada.

    London – Silk Trade

    Posted on waynetippetts.com May 28 2012, 3:07pm

  • London – Street Life

    Posted on waynetippetts.com May 28 2012, 9:09am

  • Rising star of the British fashion scene, luxury accessories and outerwear designer Sophie Hulme graduated from Kingston University in 2007 with student of the year and best collection awards. Launching her label just two months after graduating, Sophie has wasted no time becoming one of Britain’s most promising designers, exhibiting on schedule at London Fashion Week for the first time in February 2012 . But it is perhaps her bags, especially her square armoured Totes that Sophie is best well known. Designed to last and hold a lot of stuff, they are made from soft leather with polished brass plates, they certainly look like they could last a lifetime. Like Sophie herself, I think they will be around for quite some time to come.

    London – Sophie Hulme

    Posted on waynetippetts.com May 27 2012, 7:21am

  • London – Argyll Street

    Posted on waynetippetts.com May 26 2012, 8:36am

  • London – Cherry-Picked

    Posted on waynetippetts.com May 25 2012, 7:51am

  • Sev is wearing a dress from Monsoon, heels and bag from Ralph Lauren and Topshop socks.

    London – Sev

    Posted on waynetippetts.com May 24 2012, 9:34am

  • Anna’s pick of Jodhpur trousers, Burberry biker jacket and Jimmy Choo biker boots with a plain white tee, works for me.

    London – Riding High

    Posted on waynetippetts.com May 10 2012, 9:23am

  • Ashley Photo by Ellie Tsatsou © STYLECLICKER - Slouch Hat – London is a post from: http://www.styleclicker.net

    Slouch Hat – London

    Posted on styleclicker.net May 10 2012, 8:47am

  • Zanna Roberts Rassi, senior fashion editor at US Marie Claire, working the print trousers to great effect, while creating a nice pop of colour against dark coat and knitwear.

    London – Zanna Roberts Rassi

    Posted on waynetippetts.com May 9 2012, 7:56am

  • London – Ruffled-up

    Posted on waynetippetts.com May 8 2012, 2:18pm

  • Natalie Photo by Elli Tsatsou © STYLECLICKER - Turban Love – London is a post from: http://www.styleclicker.net

    Turban Love – London

    Posted on styleclicker.net May 4 2012, 9:26am

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