Devil In The Details (DITD)
Devil In The Details (DITD) is a collection of multiple printed textiles for the luxury fashion market as well as an incorporation of performance fabrics and utilitarian trimmings.
The collection investigates the meanings of camouflage and stripes, deconstructs them both and then rebuilds them in new, exciting and innovative ways. Cryptic Colouration is usually associated with the Military and is used to blend with the environment; Disruptive Colouration is used in the style of Dazzle Camouflage and consists of graphic stripes used to disrupt the shape and facings of battleships.
DITD is advised to be closely inspected in order to find these ‘details’, whether they’re Godly, Godless, subliminal or tongue and cheek; each piece of work holds a story and concept which was discovered during the researching throughout this project.
School of Design
MA Textiles, 2017
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Questioning Textiles through print, drawing, stitch and material manipulation.
Embracing researched concepts based on personal and historical narratives.
Challenging the relationship between fabric, utilisation of craft and innovative textile techniques.
Creating Menswear and Womenswear fashion textiles.
- First Class BA (Hons) Illustration, University of Westminster, 2012
- Freelance print & Graphics layout, One T-Shirt, London, 2014; Print designer internship, Claire Barrow, London, 2012; Pattern & Embroidery intern, Alexander McQueen, London, 2011; Freelance print designer, AQ/AQ Menswear, London, 2011, 2014; Freelance print designer, Illustrated People, London, 2011