Monday, 19 September 2011

stubborn Fringe winners


Fashion Fringe, the dynamic event held annualy
in conjunction with London fashion week,
represents a pivotal confrontation between
young talented designers showing evidence
of Britain's ongoing resourcefulness in fashion
design and dressmaking.


Last year Florida-born Corrie Nielsen was
appointed as the winner by the jury's head
judge John Galliano (here) while the current
edition presided by Mr. Roland Mouret
assigned the prize to Fyodor Golan, the
creative label of designers Fyodor Podgornijs,
hailing from Latvia and Israeli Golan Frydman
who met while working at Alexander McQueen
where they started to develop their 
own gothic vision.


The worthy winners of Fashion Fringe 2011 competition
came to show their dogged determination not to
deviate from their own creativity that blends
their conceptualistic approach with beautiful
hand detailing and fabric manipulation in 
creating dapper evening wear.



The duo's capsule collection, called ”Flowers of
Evil” d'après Baudelaire, showed dramatic gowns,
engrossing laser cut white leather pieces, joyful
sequined dresses and appliquéd nature-inspired motifs
as well a whole sophisticated percipience.

Congrats for the much coveted accolade, you guys!

> all images © by Filippo Fior/GoRunway.com <

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