Saturday, 18 August 2012

Margot's offbeat argot

Margot Bowman is a young visual artist, designer and
DJ living in ever-swinging London, an all-around talent
inspired by a sustainable mentality who's at ease working
on fashion design, illustration, homewear or packaging
and always eager to try new mediums and different
ways to express her gift.

She studied graphic design at Central Saint Martins
graduating in 2011 but she gained a significant
experience working as an illustrator and art director
for Kielh's, Topshop, AnOther magazine and WGSN
to name a few and she's also the creative director
of The Estethica Review, a ”publication focused on
ethical fashion published biannualy in conjunction
with the British Fashion Council”.

Margot lately came to show her exuberant capsule
s/s 12 collection called ”Albion 2080 - Clothes for
British Women of the Future” cleverly exploring the
sense of individuality and community in the years to
come through her own graphic style: bold, original
urban looks in red, white and blue in a heartfelt tribute
to Britain with her signature hand painted pieces.

Margot investigates the clash between the subconscious
and reality demonstrating her pretty good grip on 
what's going on in Brit fashion.

all images © by Margot Bowman via not just a label

1 comment:

  1. While I must admit that the clothes aren't my cuppa, I am inspired by the models (especially the first one - the profile! the hair!).