#TheShowMustBePaused #BlackLivesMatter - Due to recent events please join us as we take an urgent step of action to provoke accountability and change. As gatekeepers of the culture, it is our responsibility to not only come together to celebrate the wins, but also hold each other up during a loss. Join us on Tuesday 2nd June as a day to disconnect from work and reconnect with our community.
Introducing fashion designer Zuzana Radicova from Vienna. Punkti Punkti Strichi Strichi` was inspired by childhood memories. “The outfits from the collection should give you the impression, that they could have been realized from a children’s drawing. I find the fact how children draw clothes fascinating. There is so much imagination and ease to it, everything seems two-dimensional, naive, obvious, yet pure. Rather than thinking and designing with the intention of a garment being practical and wearable, I tried to let go and just started to create. To achieve the two-dimensionality I used Neoprene as a main fabric. To break the stiffness of the looks, I chose fringe and placed it on different areas, for example to playfully represent the intimate part of a woman. As a whimsical twist I used Ironing beads to create the Accessories of the collection. The collection is influenced by various Artist such as Wes Anderson, Roy Lichtenstein and Katsushika Hokusai.”
Zuzana Radicova, born in Slovakia, raised in Japan and Austria, is a Designer based in Vienna, specialized in Textile – and Fashion design. The graphic composition, cohesion and perfection up to the finest detail, is characteristic for her work. During her career, she attended various design fairs in Europe and sold textile designs throughout the world, mainly in New York. Besides of having a Bachelor of Hons Degree in textile design from the University of Derby, where she was awarded with the purchase prize award, Zuzana attended a fashion school and will be continuing her studies at the Academy of fine Arts in Vienna.