Merel Korteweg: Fashion Identity for Hay Design - Thisispaper Magazine - I observed the trend that lots of fashion companies expanding with a interior line but did not see any good example for the opposite way.
Friendly, sweet font Color palette, pink skin tone (develop palette around diverse skin tones? chocolate brown, warm yellow, pale pink) Packaging and branding for Sisters founded by Senem Mursaloğlu via Mindsparkle Mag.
Designed at Landor SydneyWe were asked to create an identity for Melbourne’s ‘Premier Events’ (e. Melbourne Spring Fashion Week, Melbourne Music Week, etc) that would promote the city’s events, whilst giving recognition to its owner and manager, the ‘…
Róisín Pierce is a twenty two-year-old textile designer from the National College of Art and Design BA Hons in Textile design, Her collections tensions between object and viewer is controlled by her use of the body, playing with the notions of a fashioned identity. Often the negative spaces in her forms allow the naked body to be revealed and questioned.
Merel Korteweg got inspired by Danish design and created a Fashion Identity for HAY Design, which is her graduation project for Fashion&Branding degree on Amsterdam Fashion Institute. Furniture and clothes compliment each other