Friday, 12 November 2010

magic and timeless

I always had a passion for Argentina, charmed by the country's 
multiculturalism and Jessica Trosman's fashion bears this 
outstanding feature. She's an Argentinian designer from the 
fascinating city of Buenos Aires, a true porteña, actually 
one of the most acclaimed for her own independent way of 
working, a strong personal educated taste with influences 
from legendary designers and architects like Charles Eames, 
Frank Lloyd Wright, Le Corbusier and Mies Van de Rohe.

She has a dynamic, vaguely baroque aesthetics with slim 
silhouettes, slightly dark touches but what's really amazing 
is the fine craftsmanship of laser cut transparent rubber, 
latex and canvas clothes as well her open work tops or the 
remarkable sequin crumbles embroidered dress which 
highlight her new ss11 collection.

Needless to say each and every one of her pieces are built like 
in an architectural process yet amazingly assembled 
looking as not to be sewn together.
I adore the way she mixes noble fabrics with contemporary 
materials, the tight shapes of her dresses as well 
her own techniques of embellishment.

Jessica's collections are never thematic being always a 
natural result of her style evolution and I guess that's what 
gives her creations a timeless, noteworthy allure.

all photos from the designer's website

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