up-and-coming UK-based fashion designer Georgia Hardinge who agreed to share her awesome Fall 2011 collection in which the designer explored the sculptural and two-dimensionality of skeletons. Inspired by the morbid imageries taken by Joel Peter Witkin, the runway set featured tops, dresses and leggings with abstract monochromatic skeletal prints, and later followed by an off-white ensemble of textural leather garments with layered pleats and fold details.

up-and-coming UK-based fashion designer Georgia Hardinge who agreed to share her awesome Fall 2011 collection in which the designer explored the sculptural and two-dimensionality of skeletons. Inspired by the morbid imageries taken by Joel Peter Witkin, the runway set featured tops, dresses and leggings with abstract monochromatic skeletal prints, and later followed by an off-white ensemble of textural leather garments with layered pleats and fold details.

Innovative Textiles Design - sculptural leather garments with feathered textures, coloured with heat responsive ink; fabric manipulation art // Lauren Bowker

Colour-changing ink transforms flame-engulfed headdress

Innovative Textiles Design - sculptural leather garments with feathered textures, coloured with heat responsive ink; fabric manipulation art // Lauren Bowker

Fabric Manipulation - innovative textiles design with bubbly textures; fabric treatment // Bart Hess O.

Emilio Pucci AW14

Black leather and sheer cut out dress backstage at Emilio Pucci MFW. The detail on this dress is amazing, I love the shapes used in the burnt out areas I believe this is what makes it so striking.

Trapeze dress with embroidered applique - white texture; sewing techniques // Gabriele Colangelo tenaka onto synthetics to add texture to the pleats

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