Eddy Anemian H&M Design Award 2014 Winner Presents His Capsule Collection

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The up and coming fashion designer Eddy Anemian who is the H&M Design Award 2014 Winner has just presented his capsule collection for the clothing giant. His masterful techniques have come to life in the intricate capsule collection closely developed with the H&M in-house design team. The garments quintessentially elegant embody the vision of contemporary womenswear, Eddy’s designs are to hit the shelves of select H&M stores as on October 23rd, the collection is also available for order online.

“I had such a good experience creating the collection with H&M. They really respected the idea of the collection, translating my couture cutting and sewing techniques. It was like seeing my clothes made real.” – said the award winning designer Eddy Anemian.

While creating his winning collection Anemian was inspired the fashion icon Tilda Swinton and her character in the movie I AM LOVE. Eddy has also found inspiration in the opulent work of French painter Ingres, whose unique floral sentiment is hinted in the collection.

“Eddy’s winning collection was breathtaking. Everyone at H&M has enjoyed working with Eddy to bring his exceptional work to a wider audience.”–  from Ann-Sofie Johansson – Head of Design, New Development H&M.

The H&M Design Award started back in 2012 and grew in what is now an annual prize progressing the vision of young fashion graduates just at the beginning of their journey. H&M not only helps them create, produce and sell their capsule collections, but also showcases their design vision to their unparalleled massive audience of buyers.

Eddy who just graduated is expected to launch his eponymous line, in the meantime discover seventeen full looks from his H&M collection.

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Images Courtesy of H&M

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