Monday, 22 November 2010
This season Neurotica presents its S/S11 collection in two parts.
Hand printed silk jersey pieces featured in "For The Love Of Ivy", and silk chifon, hand crochet knits and a series of one off show pieces produced as a collaboration with London fashion designer Rachel Freire.
For The Love Of Ivy
Monday, 14 June 2010
Snippet from the interview:
IB: So how did you find interaction with PR’s and deciding who was right to represent you?
GMG: I was interested and looking around for a bit, but I decided that I could do it on my own. Machine A had a big helping hand in it. We had the agreement that anyone could come in and buy one of my pieces and I would then make for them. They had my only samples, so if a magazine was interested in them, they would have to borrow them from the shop.Then Rachel Freire used my shoes for her Vauxhall Fashion scout show. Through that Becc from Bloody Grey approached me. Now she represents me and I have no complaints; she completely understands where I am coming from.
Read the rest here: http://tankmagazine.tumblr.com/post/578491332/interview-with-gabriella-marina-gonzalez#disqus_thread
Friday, 11 June 2010
Bloody Gray presents new client,
Migh-T by Kumiko Watari – SPACE SWEETS
Raised in Osaka, Japan, Kumiko Watari studied traditional Japanese methods in 2D and 3D forms at Kyoto City University of Arts, earning her BA and MA levels.
In 2005, Kumiko relocated to London to study at Central Saint Martin’s College MA Fashion course. Her traditional technical background and artistic perspective gave Kumiko an individual style, which she developed to produce unique hand drawn prints with a love of storytelling - creating clothes with a strong character and humorous narrative that very much sums her up as the individual she is.
The new A/W 10 collection entitled “Space Sweets” features giant sweet objects orbiting space on classic shapes and beautifully tailored new pattern T-shirts and cotton blend dress and skirt styles.
Additionally, Kumi presents an adorably delicious knitted accessories range including doughnut capes, shooting star/whip cream pure silk scarves and knitted cupcake berets, good enough to eat.
The prints showing doughnut meteors and whipped cream comets represent the massive freedom of childhood playfulness. The designs use different scales to show that there is no limit to your imagination. From doughnuts soaring through the Milky Way, to constellations showing faces in the sky, anything is possible.
This lovely little designer is fastly becoming well known and celebrated for her distinctly unique aesthetic. Her well refined perfectionism and consistency with all she presents is marking her a fine reputation amongst fans and followers worldwide.
Friday, 26 March 2010
Thursday, 25 March 2010
Blog, Online shop and Label, BitchingandJunkfood.com, expands with a selection of directional UK and international labels for S/S 2010
Bitchingandjunkfood.com online store and blog launched in July 2009 as a reaction to an increasingly homogenised retail market. Aiming to offer an alternative to fast fashion the main focus is on great product regardless of season, trend and sex.
This season sees the site expand with with a selection of niche fashion labels including Kokon To Zai, Cheap Monday, Neurotica, Leopard by Belle Sauvage, Rachel Freire, Dainty Things, Take Off Your Clothes and One Teaspoon to name but a few.
This builds on the in-house vintage, remade and jewellery labels with which the site launched. Bitchingandjunkfood.com's passion for product and a desire to help small designers expand and grow is a driving force behind the team. Bitchingandjunkfood.com relies heavily on subcultures, street fashion and most importantly instinct to drive trend direction.
With most items stocked under £150 Bitching and Junkfood aims to ensure unique and limited edition design is within everyone's reach.
Further enquiries, please contact, Becc Gray on, M. +44 7750 118 1728, E. firstname.lastname@example.org