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LÆRKE

AMALIE

DRAMSHØJ

PORTFOLIO


CONTENT RUFF IT UP SS19 BEYOND REPAIR AW18 BIOTA AW17


RUFF IT UP

RTW SS19


PROCESS

The main inspiration in this collection is the use of textiles as a way of achieving aesthetics, which is pleasing to the eye of the beholder. Ruffles as a textile experiment, is a theme that is repeated in the collection. The collections DNA is built on an aesthetic of darkly romantic and effortlessly modern, juxtaposing the masculine with feminine and mixing of hard and soft. I wanted to explore the concept of feminity, by rearching sterotypes and interviewing transgender, non-binary and gender fluids people about their experience with female identity and what their needs would be, in a collection dedicated to those who don´t fit into societys idea of sexuality and self image. Sheer fabrics is a feminine theme that is repeated in the collection that offer a transparent feel without being revealing. Another inspiration to this collection is deconstruction. Deconstruction is meant to challenge the traditional perception of beauty. I usually start my design process with tearing apart classic items, as a way to analyze and interpretative classical garments.


RUFFLE & CLASSIC


PHOTOGRAPHY: REBBECA MADSEN MUA: NADIA CHILI TRAABJERG STYLING: KAMILLA DZIEZIAK


PROJECT2

B E Y O N D REPAIR

AW17


PROCESS

WORKWEAR This project was study of men’s vintage workwear from the 1920s to the 1950s. Clothing worn by farmers, mechanics, c onstruction crew, railroad men etc. this collection was ACNE studios. ACNE is defined by Jonny Johansson’s signature juxtaposing and utilitarian design and attention to detail, with an emphasis on tailoring and an eclectic use of materials and colours.

The main inspiration to this collection is deconstruction. Deconstruction in fashion can be defined as garments that are unfinished, coming apart and recycled. I usually start my design process with tearing apart classic items, as a way to analyze and interpretative classical garments. The whole collections is made of recycled materials to put a focus on sustainability in fashion.


DECONSTRUCTION


PHOTOGRAPHY: REBBECA MADSEN MUA: NADIA CHILI TRAABJERG STYLING: KAMILLA DZIEZIAK


BIOTA RTW AW18


TREND: ORGANIC SHAPES

This project examines how a flower has been seen as an object and symbol of beauty through history. By researching the concept of beauty, beauty ideals and the symbolism of flowers this project offers the idea of a different kind of beauty, which differs from the traditional feminine beauty ideal, by being inspired by flowerless plants. Fungi, ferns and palms served as my main inspiration. I focused in my process to work with leaves, mushrooms and roots as an inspiration for textile experiments and graphic print. Pleats and their effortless beauty is a theme that is repeated in the collection. The designer I had in mind when designing this collection was Phoebe Philio for CELINE. Philio focused on empowering the modern woman she dresses by providing her with a minimalistic wardrobe that will give her strength without leaving her sense of self in the shade.


TREND: 90S MINIMALISM


PHOTOGRAPHY: REBBECA MADSEN MUA: NADIA CHILI TRAABJERG STYLING: KAMILLA DZIEZIAK


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