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The London shows have opened with even denim given the creative, crazy and cool spirit that defines British fashion
19 Сентября 2016
Faustine Steinmetz: Jean Genius
Their bodies, faces, eye glasses and even legs were filtered with blue, while the sporty clothes were created in natural indigo — for example a cotton and polyester yarn mermaid dress.
"I wanted to affirm that my label is about reproducing denim in many different ways, with everything in shades of blue because it is the archetype of denim," said the designer, who is starting a collaboration with artisanal African weavers in Burkina Faso.
Faustine also works with Swarovski to create sculptures, while her love of shimmer and shine inspired reflective gradient textures.
"And I am using cotton for the first time too," said the designer, who is best known for winter woollen tailoring and summer silk
Using casual material — and especially denim — in a relatively formal way made a real impact.
"My role as a designer is to push my own boundaries, but within a framework that is always to do with dressing real women," Jasper said.
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