Judith van den Eijnden is a second year fashion design student at the Willem de Kooning Academy. Her designs are wearable and oh, they fit amazing!! Her inspiration came from different angles. At the academy, they first had to create their designs by creating different collages, after which she made some sketches. They also worked with different fabrics to create new prints, and that is how the nuts on the pantsuit and the clutch came to her mind. A third technique they used, was molding. This is when you drape your fabric around a mannequin, to see how the fabric fits around a body, and how it works. After using these three techniques, she made her final sketches and that's how she created these pieces!
I just didn't want to take the pants of, the fabric was so soft and nice! I love the loose fit, and the sleeves of the top are great as well. The fabrics she used are from Dries van Noten and Ann de Meulenmeester.
Unfortunately, I can't show you the entire pantsuit. The model didn't want the pictures to be published all over the place, and of course I respected that. You can see some of the details though, and the fabrics are also visible. I love the clutch with the nuts on them, it's such a brilliant idea! I would definitely carry it around all day. The color she painted them in is great, don't you think?
Besides this photoshoot, I also had a photoshoot with the designs of Lieve van de Beek. If you've read my blog the last couple of weeks, you've probably seen the runway photos, and on one of these photos you can see the designs of Lieve. Stay tuned for a post similar to this one, but then with the pics and designs of Lieve!
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