A water-pollution-inspired collection gets the attention of a museum. I really think that showing in museums helps […]
Fashion design is my diary. I always can mark a collection around a devastating or exciting time in my […]
Francesco Rasola is on the EDGE Radar for a very good reason. He thinks, he makes you think, […]
The Fashion industry has contributed to the earth’s pollution, and my endeavor is to show the world that […]
I love finding inspiration from a painting – either the lines, colors, shapes, or the story of the […]
I saw Al Gore’s documentary and felt that what I was doing in fashion didn’t have real meaning […]
We want to bring back the essence from all over the world, with handmade, fine ARTISANal collections that are […]
Most people in the fashion industry told me I was too old, and without an education and the […]
If there’s a word to describe “GAiETY uP” it would be EXUBERANT – Patrick Kevin Francisco Patrick Kevin […]
Throw away fashion, this is NOT. On the opposite end of the [fast and cheap] spectrum of fashion is Standard Issue.
Francesco Rasola‘s new collection, “It’s Just Matter of Time”, expresses this Italian fashion designer’s gift in executing a look […]
It’s really amazing to present something to the world of fashion and share the stage with people who […]
The tomorrow people is what we can now call ourselves, because of the vision we hold as previously […]
The future of fashion is simple: it has to be the redemption of itself, it has to demonstrate […]
Amongst all the brands out there, it’s a challenge to stand out and not give in to consumerism, […]
The EDGE philosophy champions beyond ordinary outcomes. In thinking out of the box and developing this content, we bring you […]
Koko Nanga consumer is an Afropolitan at heart. Throughout my journey I have met/spoken to a variety of […]
Who are the ‘ones to watch’? The next generation of emerging designers who have got the edge [EDGE] are, quite simply, coming from the art and fashion schools.
. . .where is the sense of design? Read on, these designers, [l-r] Michael Ngo, Amato Couture by Furne One, Rahil Hesan, & Marmar Halim, have it.
“. . .The essential triangle of sustainability is social, economic, environmental. You have to have all three or you are not really sustainable. . .I want to be a positive part of my community – thus growing a business and hiring, training, creating skilled jobs goes with the territory. That fills both social and economic legs of the sustainability triangle.” – Laura Tanzer
The EDGE network of emerging designers share business tips and advice on their journey as an up and coming brand in the fashion industry. This is part of the EDGE experience based [to complement academic] educational best practice series.
. . . a woman’s story through her wardrobe. . .I feel like I’ve invented a language that […]
Clothing can be sustainable and yet still fashionable. – Mimi Wong, Founder and Designer of Minan Wong It […]
What is the magic behind the art of costuming? . . .it’s magical by its very nature. In […]
Michael Ngo is a rising star in the EDGE [emerging designer] community. We last connected with him in […]
It’s difficult to find a balance between the creativity side and the commercial side of design, but I think that’s the role of a fashion designer. – NGA WUN [Kitty] Mok, designer.