BA (Hons) Fashion Concepts and Communication Fashion Practices and New Technology
Nike Savvas’ collection ‘Liberty and Anarchy’ was held in the Leeds City Art Gallery and was an inspirational display of colour and shape. Created from wooden frames and coloured ribbon, her sculptures explore well how 3D shapes can be manipulated and used to create abstract designs. What seem like simple creations are surreal to look at from every angle, giving the viewer a new perspective. The collection has a playfulness about it. The bright bold and clashing colours and complex shapes are reminiscent of childhood doodles, building blocks and spirographs. Nike Savvas was awarded the Australian Council Fellowship in 2010.
“As you know, I’m androgynous. I can wear a jacket that most guys wouldn’t put on. But you make it in guys’ sizes, and suddenly they’re wearing them. I 12 think styles should get back to getting people to wear things that look so good that they don’t care.” 14
01 Janelle Monae 02 Mod Art 03 Valentino 04 Beige to black 05 Danny Roberts 06 Perp Collective 07 This is England 88 08 Subway Stairs 09 La garconne 10 The Dockers Manifesto 11 Chicago 12 Averil Blakley 13 Feminism 14 Steven Tyler 15 Tailored cotton 16 Transgressive society 17 Agyness Deyn
Published on Mar 20, 2013
A fashion portfolio exploring fashion illustration, androgyny and featuring the artist Nike Savvas. For my FP&NT project