10.02.2014

COLLECTION / Emma Bradstreet's Wabi Sabi







Emma Bradstreet  created a collection inspired by the Japanese aesthetic ‘Wabi Sabi’.
 Her work reaffirms and celebrates the beauty of things in 
the realm of  imperfection, impermanence and incompleteness.
I guess most designers respect the basic aesthetic of 
a tailored piece however it culls them to rediscover hence
the reinvention and creation of notions of novelty.
Emma features menswear coats and tailored
jackets but in its genes lie a multitude of understated 
detailing and rule-bending techniques. 
The asymmetric lapel and box silhouette plus
the crop coats are perfect examples of this idea. 


10 comments:

  1. So perfect! Love the colours and the cut of the pieces!

    \ Indigo Lights

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    1. very true.. i love the thought process of Emma.

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  2. This is perfection! Specially in love with the shot from the back - and that fluffy coat! Beautiful.

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    1. yes babe. you could really see the boxy construction

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  3. so so good!!!

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    1. thanks for dropppin by.. i love yer blog! i just went through it. amazing

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  4. amazing collection! thanks for sharing!

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