YOUNG HUNGARIAN TALENT ADELUX DIPLOMA RELOADED
The Diploma Reloaded collection is a re-interpretation of GIORGIA FONYODI’s individual fabric manipulations.It would seem as of late, the young designers of Hungary are continually popping up on my radar, with the likes of Dora Mojzes, the Used and Unused label, and forthwith Giorgia Fonyodi. I genuinely get animated when exploring new designers, they bring an all together fresh creative and a stirring hungry energy to there projects, whom I feel I can always matriculate from, although I always recognise the veterans of the industry and the longevity they are able to attain, nothing quite entices me like the smell of a new carpet i.e new designer. Giorgia Fonyodi has designed various collections, with a mixture of Haute Couture, visual forms of art and pieces for trendy every day wear or even for those wildest parities.
Her most fascinating component to her designs, which piqued my interest, is her attentiveness played in pursuing extensive research of making chronological parallels, comparisons and clashes of classical vs. modern, traditional vs. futuristic, elegant vs. extravagant styles, then analysing them in terms of systematic folding (pleating, smocking, tucking...) and observing special aspects aesthetic, artistic, social scientific, economic demands, changes, developments...thus creating re-interpretations of fabric manipulation.
Giorgia Fonyodi feels It’s speciality lies in the sewing technology ideas that change the look and feeling of fabrics, thereby endowing fabrics with additional content: the texture is modified, an ornamental or shaping function is added, ergo it is reinterpreted.
These methods are something quite alien to myself, since I never took textiles, however I have the feeling even if I did, Giorgia Fonyodi, is on a whole other amplitude.
ART OF MANIPULATION FABRIC No3
ART OF MANIPULATION FABRIC No2
[extremes are contrasted, based on the harmony between light and dark. It is a conscious choice to show contrasts between various shades of shiny and warm dead gold and its antagonist, the mysterious black]
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