#LFW Georgia Hardinge Fall Winter 2016 collection
Georgia Hardinge presented her Fall Winter 2016 collection during the London Fashion Week . The collection is inspired by lenticular techniques, revealing an image when seen at a certain angle.
Georgia Hardinge wanted to reflect upon stellar parallax, the movement of stars depending on the observers position, by creating illusions and hidden cosmic designs within her signature pleats. movement of the garments will show the graphic patterns inside, made in metallic foils to reflect light. Georgia wanted to capture the phenomenon that was last years meteor showers with a running theme of ‘shooting stars’ throughout the collection. With a colour palette taken from galactic imagery, bursts of cobalt blue, deep magenta and ivory make for vibrant accents through the dark, midnight tones of the collection. this interactive presentation continues to build upon hardinge’s flawless reputation for crafting intric ate sculptural details and coupling it with feminine silhouettes.Her inspiration for design comes from a passion for architectural shapes and structure, which can be seen throughout her work. She works closely with a pleat specialist to develop pleating techniques from paper sculptures and new technological fabrics. – from Georgia Hardinge
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All images courtesy of Georgia Hardinge