NEW Fashion East Spring ’16 Crew Today Caitlin Price’s Couture 2015

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NEW Fashion East Spring ’16 Crew Today Caitlin Price’s Couture 2015

Presentation of fashion this Spring ’16 Couture Crew Today Caitlin Price. Fashion East, Lulu Kennedy incubator for some of the most brilliant and directional talents of London, has fostered the likes of Meadham Kirchhoff, JWAnderson and Marques Almeida. Now in its fifteenth year, the organization has announced the formation of its spring 2016 program Come September 19 designer Richard Malone, This Is uniform young Jenna, and Caitlin Price will present their collections to the international press; We have found all three. Last delivery today: Caitlin price, ready for his second season with oriental fashion designer, who riffs on everyday staples of the UK as a tracksuit with inventions that are anything but ordinary.

How to introduce someone to the aesthetics of the label?

Casualwear base around silhouettes. People describe as “sports-luxe”, but I think it is a good general term because it is not practical at all! We rise everyday pieces as tracksuits and shirts through our approach to handling textiles and fabric, using a combination of real and synthetic silks. [This is] raising these pieces in a wardrobe of fancy. Could you talk about how his time studying under Louise Wilson at Central Saint Martins has influenced?

I had a difficult time in the MA. I took one year to kind of understand things in the middle, so overall I was there over the course of three years. [Louise] had a huge huge impact on my designs, because she was forced to constantly question what you were doing. There are a lot of people kind of steered in one direction or another, but to me, as she left me on my own to find out. I found the work environment in Saint Martins very hard work, so I did spend a lot of time working on my own house, and then I would go to see it. She was always by my side. She pushed me and pushed me, and kept going until I found something in my work that is going to turn into a collection. It was then that I began to incorporate textiles in my work, because before [it] was always along the luxury sportswear [lines], in that realm. It was much more stripped back. I made dresses and jackets and outerwear fabrics using high performance; that was very minimal and clean. It was when I was in the MA when I found one more element to put into the story of what he was doing, that is how we have developed since. [Louise] could find that unexpected element in his work. You participated in this fashion last season. What was the experience for you as an emerging designer?

It was incredible. It happened so fast, I learned just before Christmas, and then the show was in February. We were working from home, we did not have a studio, so we had interns stay all day. Everything came together very quickly, but I trusted my instincts. I had a very clear what I wanted to do from the beginning idea. We all textile ourselves, all hand sewing. We do not sleep! It was a very intense weeks, but it was exactly as I imagined it in the end.

It is a continuation of the same story, but it is summer, party girls. Our brand is very much on the personality of the girls who use it, so I kind of imagined the story of what these girls are doing. For now we are discovering ways to develop our textile in the house and outside. We are trying to [movement] in a more adult way of working, to improve things. It has to work as a business, so it is a difficult balance. There are plenty of references couture and haute couture techniques are, in essence, so is trying to balance a viable product. It’s exciting.

British fashion is always the most exciting, in my opinion. I look menswear designers more of what I am looking at the women. I love the energy. I worked for Christopher Shannon for about three years, so it’s very close to me. And of course I admire all the designers who have gone through the eastern fashion, Marques Almeida-the girl who really believe in their work. You can see the character, and wants to be your friend. I think it seems a return [to] people using very clever techniques. I like it when there are such handmade feel. But I think [London] is always very exciting and new.

NEW Fashion East Spring ’16 Crew Today Caitlin Price’s Couture 2015

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