ELLE Fashion Week F/W 2017
BLACK to NATURE
City people nowadays have to face pollution from contaminated environments. That’s why city people want to get closer to nature. This collection has drawn inspiration from city life by using “black” to represent “change” while reflecting social awareness of environmental issues. Meanwhile, natural materials, such as eri silk and hemp fibers, have been used to refer to “nature”. In essence, “Black to Nature” has been created to promote the environmental preservation and the balance between city and nature.
Jakarta Fashion Week A/W 2016
Inspired by fashion in the 1920's in which women began to wear more comfortable clothes without neglecting their sophisticated glamour and style, the collection features the fashion of the era with a contemporary twist. The sweetness of white lace is meticulously added to accentuate feminine look. Simple yet elegant, the collection is suitable to wear in your everyday life.
MQ Vienna Fashion Week S/S 2016
The Light of faith. to inspiration.
Inspired by the beauty of tradition. The floating lanterns in which is the ancient tradition of the million. In the northern of Thailand. In the true meaning of this tradition is to worship the world cup of progressive element chula mani (containing my boxing of prince. The right hand. He cut out before I. G) even if the beginning of a tradition... Hard to believe, but, in other words, " the floating lanterns in " is the media going to feel the " hope " and " new beginnings " Have a great
In every year, the image of sky lantern with light blinged full, the sky is pretty impressive. Every time I see, until you feel the need to watch the power of hope, that this beautiful drifting. On your clothes so people can wear costume designing development In a format that like polka dot with a two tone color matters is yellow and black. that reflects the light of hope. Soft and the air at once.
MQ Vienna Fashion Week S/S 2015
The outstanding feature of this collection lies in its use of geometric with a touch of inspiration from textiles of Armish, a small community in Europe and USA. The Armish refuse to rely on modern technology and stick to the old way of living. They don’t use electric appliances, telephones and automobiles. They use carriages as means of transportation and they live on agriculture. Their ways of living is reflected in the style of their arts and crafts. Geometric is used to reflect the Armish’s simple and sustainable lifestyle in harmony with nature. At the same time, patterns on the textile will remind you of paddy fields and rice grass. With this inspiration in mind, PAUL DIREK emphasizes on simple design that portrays the traditional way of living while simultaneously presenting the unique identity which separates us from the rest.