Natasha Nadya's graduate collection consists of conceptual outerwear staples that are showcased in a vivid black and orange palette. A graduate from Singapore's NAFA school, the designer creates utilitarian clothing that is surprisingly inspired by her favorite food.
Drawing inspiration from sushi, this collection marries overlapping and layered elements with textured and pleated details. The collection is also colorful and spirited, loosely representing its edible inspiration without appearing too literal.
The Natasha Nadya graduate collection also features pieces that can be customized to expand when worn. This is a reference to an individual's body before and after it is full of food. Captured by photographer Nino Yap, the designer's menswear range is spotlighted in an eye-catching portrait series. Model Corentin H stars in the editorial that features art direction by Adi Candra.
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- By: Jana PijakMay 13, 2016