The Jezebel and Toff Fall/Winter 2012 collection is wearable art. The wild designs were imagined by Australian creative force Vincent Miller, who is founder of the New York-based label Jezebel and Toff. From the unconventional shapes to the bright patterns, the latest collection is filled with uncontrollably loud pieces.
The edgy street wear uses a variety of ways to keep the pieces individual, including applique, hand painting and embroidery. All these techniques are then applied on top of recycled vintage fabrics and the finest Japanese denim. Further guaranteeing the exclusivity of the brand, each of the designs are limited to 100 pieces worldwide.
Due to its statement-making ways, the Jezebel and Toff Fall/Winter 2012 collection is not for the fashionably shy.
The Jezebel and Toff Fall/Winter 2012 Collection is Unconventional
1. Exaggerated Streetwear Designs - Fashion designers can consider incorporating unconventional shapes, bright patterns, applique, hand painting, and embroidery to create unique and exclusive streetwear collections.
2. Limited Edition Collections - Introducing limited edition pieces to a fashion line creates exclusivity and increases demand.
3. Upcycling - Recycling vintage fabrics and repurposing them for fashion designs can create unique looks while promoting environmental sustainability.
1. Fashion - The fashion industry can use the Jezebel and Toff collection as inspiration to create collections targeting edgy consumers.
2. Textile - The use of recycled fabrics and embroidery techniques can boost the textile industry by increasing demand for high-quality materials.
3. Retail - Limited edition collections, inspired by Jezebel and Toff, can intrigue consumers and boost sales in retail stores.