Creativity Gives a New Spin on Out-There Fashion

By: Venessa Fisher - Published:   Updated: Jun 16 2011 • References: flickr & coroflot
Argentinian fashion designer Denise Nardini brings a creative edge to her collection of photos entitled 'DGN is an Experiment.' Nardini says DGN materializes her effort to explore the silhouette at an abstract level, and that is certainly obvious in this eye catching art.

The featured geometrical headwear uses geometric language, and the creator admits, “it will be my mean of expression and all together my excuse.”

Implications - Consumers are looking for styles that make a statement with their unconventional qualities. Clean-cut designs that have been exhibited everywhere are no longer attractive to modern-day customers who have seen so many different aesthetics in their time. Designers could focus on otherworldly elements in order to garner more attention for their products.

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