These exclusive bright prints, are a departure from her signature black palette, whilst still maintaining a dark aesthetic for Spring-Summer 2011. The photo-realistic print of a female nude, is censored by hyper-real blue roses; one of which appears to be falling away to give a sneaky peek.
On sale now are bright separates, perfect to throw over tee’s and dresses to add vibrancy or wear on its own for a grungy 90’s, midriff bearing, look.
Be quick, there’s only a few available and I will be buying most of them….
Recent Westminster Fashion graduate Elly Amoroso has redefined Macrame as an elegant and innovative option for evening wear. She has interned with two of Blow’s clients, Gemma Slack and Charlie Le Mindu, redesigned vintage pieces for Beyond Retro, and worked with ASOS.com all while completing her first collection!
Scroll down to read Blow’s interview with Elly Amoroso, and to find out why we are all smitten with her designs here at Blow Presents.
Why did you study fashion? Has it always been a part of your life?
I’ve always been very into art but was never sure where it would take me. I went to Wimbledon School of Art to do Art foundation when I left school and we did a fashion module. That’s when I knew fashion was right for me, it was exciting and the work never felt like a chore. I’ve always been interested in what people wear and the way they wear it, I love looking at people in the street for inspiration.
According to us Westminster Graduate fashion show is always one of the best ones, with promising new designers. How was it studying there? Continue reading
Gemma has followed in Komakino’s foot steps and designed an exclusive pair of boots for Dr Martens. They are seriously cool. If I can’t get my hands on a pair I might go on a hunt for metal plates and studs to have a go…it can’t be that hard really? Watch her in action; she makes it looks so easy!