Wednesday, 29 September 2010

wearable entrapment

The time of falling leaves has arrived, at least in the northern
hemisphere, that's the reason why looking for Fall season
themes I fall for “Cage” collection by gifted British young
designer Georgia Hardinge.

Her AW 2010 RTW collection, which is subtly designed around
the harsh concept of restraint and the feeling of entrapment, 
shows beautiful structured garments with bold silhouettes 
and detailed designs in contrasting black and white.
Artistic pieces, both distinctive and wearable, whose 
shapes outline and flatter the female body in which 
cage structures are incorporated into hips and 
shoulders to create an impressive effect.

all pics from:
Graduated from Parsons Paris School of Art and Design 
in 2008, Georgia worked for Samsung and Jean-Charles de 
Castelbajac before she set up her namesake label and 
successfully exhibited her debut collection with ON/OFF 
in London Fashion Week last year.
Hardinge's signature style is quite inventive and has 
already made her a name to be reckoned with.


  1. Georgia is quite daring in bringing this 'entrapment' style back to life the way she does!
    But it also is quite refreshing to see how she's reminding us as how far we've come in fashion for women!

    Rainy greetings from Georgia/USA


  2. Soooo pretty! I'm in love with her designs.

  3. What gorgeous creations...I'm entranced by them! They can't possibly be comfortable to wear, but I'd suffer through that any day :)

  4. i love this style of body-conscious dressing. her sketches are great too.