Tag Archives: fashion

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 [...]

Feature: Amanda Harris

Amanda Harrisson, a recent fashion print graduate from Central Saint Martins, has a unique talent for incorporating illustration into fashion.  Her final collection of hand-drawn black and white portraits of contemporary icons took over 300 hours to draw.  She stated, “I wanted to create a fully hand drawn collection, and my inspiration came from looking [...]

Consumerism or Eco-Friendly Fashion Pursuits?

Eco-Fashion Is The Real Deal While everyone is still hyped up from the NY Spring 2014 Fashion Week, there are still a lot of things to look forward to when it comes to the latest styles and trends in the industry.  As several sectors today are beginning to shift towards sustainable development and eco-friendly practices, [...]

Feature: “Same, But Different” by Sophia Kahlenberg

Our goal at See.7 is to appreciate the cornucopia of ideas the world has to offer.  As we begin a new year, we hope for greater understanding and peace among all the world’s peoples. Photographer Sophia Kahlenberg explains the inspiration behind her latest editorial, “Same, But Different.” “Same, But Different” assumes that we all believe [...]

Illustrator Jennifer Blume

Tell us a little about yourself. I have been a published artist and illustrator since earning my degree from the Pratt Institute in Brooklyn.  I’ve worked for magazines, gift and print companies, book publishers and music theaters.  I was doing very realistic and technical illustration for a few years until I decided I needed to [...]

Outtake: Side Ways

This week’s outtake comes from photographer Michel Zoeter’s and stylist Mariska Groothuis’ editorial “Side Ways,” featuring model Lisa Schattefor.   See the full story. For more information, visit Michel Zoeter’s site, as well as Mariska Groothuis’ site.

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: Narelle Dore

Renowned for her fine and unexpected use of macramé, which runs through each piece in Narelle Dore’s collection, each piece is hand crafted in her Antwerp atelier, and a reminder of her background in textiles prior to her education at the Royal Academy.  Produced entirely in Belgium, Dore only produces a single collection a year, [...]

Photographer Greta Tuckute (Denmark)

Tell us a little about yourself. My name is Greta, I’ve just turned eighteen and I currently live in Denmark.  I started out experimenting with photography at the age of thirteen and since then it has been my greatest passion.  Today I mostly shoot portraiture, fashion and travel photography. Your work has a maturity to [...]

Video: Hibernation

Photographer: Julia Blank | Model: Pauline (Brody) Hair & Make-up: Rahel Täubert | Editor: STN Europe LTD | Music: “Hibernation” Kamil Wrona All Clothing: Seelenkleid See the complete editorial.

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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