Tag Archives: designer

Feature: Eliran & Elad

Eliran Ashraf is an Israeli textile and fashion designer.  He graduated from Shenkar college of engineering and design, in July 2013.  In his graduation collection, titled “UNDER/CONSTRUCTION,” he explored and compared two, non-related worlds; the language of modern-international architecture, and the textile language of the Jewish Yemenite culture.  He’s currently based in Geneva, Switzerland. Elad [...]

Find of the Week: Paper No. 9

This week we bring you Brooklyn design lab Paper No. 9, and their re-contextualization of paper as a fashion material.  And who doesn’t love their little, but super chic “2am Clutch Bag.”  (Sass Brown) Visit EcoFashionTalk to get a full overview of design lab Paper No. 9. For more information, visit Paper No. 9’s site.

Find of the Week: Marc le Bihan

Our find this week is the amazing Parisian, eco fashion designer, Marc le Bihan.  Honoring craftmanship and traditon, le Bihan painstakingly deconstructs vintage garments and combines them with the finest luxury fabrications to produce his ethereal creations.  (Sass Brown) Visit EcoFashionTalk to get a full overview of Parisian designer Marc le Bihan. For more information, [...]

Find of the Week: Lilah Horwitz

Lilah Horwitz is a site-specific fashion designer, using found fabrics.  She makes clothes as a means of visual documentation contextualized by her location, rather than the more usual seasonal collection of fashion designs.  (Sass Brown) Visit EcoFashionTalk to get a full overview of Lilah Horwitz. For more information, visit designer Lilah Horwitz’s site.

Find of the Week: Jantine van Peski

Jantine van Peski is one of those rare and wonderful examples of a designer that manages to balance art, artisanship, craft and design in equal balance; a rare trait, in a world where so many manage to excel in only one.  Influenced by the 1970’s macramé sculptures, where three-dimensional textiles are created from a series [...]

Find of the Week: Ada Zanditon

Ada Zanditon is a London-based designer working with modern architectural forms.  Her designs blend future fantasy with historical journeys to create an elegant, sculptural women’s wear collection.  Silhouettes are strong, confident and geometric, featuring origami inspired engineered and her signature digital prints. (Sass Brown) Visit EcoFashionTalk to get a full overview of Ada Zanditon.  For [...]

Find of the Week: Jan-Jan Van Essche

There is a lovely global nomad vibe to Jan-Jan Van Essche’s collections, a sort of Buddhist minimalism, translated into a wonderfully wearable, moody menswear collection, totally effortless and somehow reflective in nature, and completely timeless.  Investment and heritage dressing in it’s true sense, clothing that never goes out of style, that is not trend driven, [...]

Handmade

Hair and make-up artist Liz Dungate is the creative mind behind See.7′s latest editorial “Cloistered,” lensed by photographer Robert Kenney.  Each collar was handmade by Liz for this story.  Stylist Joanna Kulpa styled the shoot. See the full story.  Learn more about Liz Dungate and Joanna Kulpa.

Find of the Week: Kotoba

Kotoba the Japanese word for language, is also the name of a brand new collection in its very first season, designed by recent Fashion Institute of Technology, fashion design graduates, Melinda Danko and Lindsay Mann.  The collection features timeless, simple and versatile pieces, with unexpected structural details and textures, in the form of lacy stitches [...]

NYFW Spotlight: Geoffrey Mac

Geoffrey Mac S/S 2013 Collection at the Christopher Henry Gallery on September 11th, 2012. For more information, visit Geoffrey Mac’s site.

Fashion is global.
Across all seven
continents people
create, innovate, share,
swap and reappropriate
clothing every day to
suit their style, to
express their personal or
cultural identity.  By
being aware of the
world around us, we
become aware of the
opportunities that exist
to identify or
differentiate our own
lives. By being part of
the global fashion
village, our own choices
inform others.

Every issue focuses on
each of the continents,
exploring the lives of
those who live and
work in each area.
See.7 magazine distills
this concept into words
and images through the
eyes of photographers,
stylists, art directors,
artists and writers from
around the world.
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