Mary Katrantzou is a designer who is known as the 'queen of print' because almost all of the collection comes wrapped in fun motifs. Like anything new collection is on display in the event Katrantzou London Fashion Week 2012?
After taking culture inspiration from China this time using the motif Katrantzou stamps in the collection Spring / Summer 2013. Stamp motif present in multiple palettes ranging from bright colors to soft.
Why is choosing a Greek designer stamps? The reason is because she remembered the habit in childhood where the stamp is one of the most widely collected objects by children.
The demonstration begins with the canal and berpalet contrast settings. For example, such as sky blue, white, black and a bit of bright green color.
After striking colors a woman born in 1983 it also offers a range of clothing in a soft palette choices. For example, the combined silver color coral, blue and dusty pink.
Selection of pictorial stamps Katrantzou print looks so appealing. This is because it uses mirroring techniques, placing the same image with the opposite position.
Katrantzou is also known for its ability to integrate a variety of motives but remain proportional. This time she had a stamp with a pattern matching images geometric no less exciting.
For a series of fashion designers recently awarded '• The Luxury Briefing Awards Emerging Luxury Leader' that many offer canal that intersected at the knee. Well with the A-line, straight, or pencil.
Not only unique in terms of color and print. Katrantzou also offers a boxy silhouette that is now a trend one that lies in the width of the hand piece.
Katrantzou maxi canal also presented with a thick atmosphere of summer.
It uses lightweight materials to give effect to the canal maxi gelepai work.
She is a designer who was born in Athens but living in London. Since graduating in 2008, she began to get the award thanks to his work. Some of them Swiss Textile Award in 2010, the British Fashion Council Awards and Emerging Talent in 2011 ELLE Style Awards Young Designer.