Cocooned furs, sculptural shoulder accents and nested silhouettes take center stage in the Judith van Vliet graduate collection at HKU. Inspired by the natural world, the talented Dutch designer explores a variety of tactile materials while recreating organic movements and constructions through her unconventional garments.
Evoking an avant-garde air, these outerwear pieces and heavily wighted knits express a lot of personality while encouraging self-expression. Thanks to their conceptual design, these expressive fashions require a daring wearer who is unafraid to make a non-traditional style statement with their wardrobe.
Blurring the lines between art and fashion design, the Judith van Vliet graduate collection at HKU marries aesthetics and practicality. This collection is artful, wearable and eco-conscious thanks to its sustainable designs that are conceived with the use of raw and organic materials.
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