MANIPULATING MINIMALISM

Manipulating minimalist forms, whether in art, architecture or interior design was the starting point for this project. Remaining true to Natalie Babbitt's words, I wanted to design a collection that was minimal in silhouette, however playful in detail. With a strong focus on geometric shapes and lines, this collection uses graphic prints and lines to juxtapose its soft silhouettes. Combining oversized prints, gathering, pleating and rope ties, the collection aims to encompass quirky practality with modern minimalism. 

tamara henrikson

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