Winning graduate collection for Warehouse launches during London Fashion Week
Fashion 14 February 2014
“The collection was initially inspired by American Indian Inuit,” said Philli. “I experimented with large over-sized silhouettes and chunky knitwear. I printed images of cable knits onto exaggerated shapes to give the illusion of knitwear. The bright, clashing colour palette was inspired by installation artist Dan Flavin who uses florescent strip lights.”
- View the Philli Wood collection on the Warehouse website
- View Philli Wood's portfolio on the Westminsterfashion website
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