Saturday, September 10, 2011

14. Geometry on crack

Anyone born with a level in their hand a love of symmetry in their heart will fall in love with Edinburgh born and East London based designer Holly Fulton.

With her love of surface decoration, art deco, trompe l'oeil and a self confessed 1930's fiend; Fulton was featuring fluro before it became fashionable and is coveted by stylists and fashion editors alike for her simple silhouettes which are high on surface decoration, art deco cityscapes and surrealist illustrations most aptly described as 'art deco pop' or in my view, geometry on crack.

With a designer collaboration with ASOS and a Scottish Designer of the Year at the British Fashion Awards under her fashion designer belt, which true to her style would most likely be a mix of luxe and industrial, as elegant as it is punk. A contradiction in itself perhaps made of metal, Swarovski crystals and wood. Who doesn't love a piece of art that's as interesting as it is wearable?

Written by A L F I E A N D E L L E for Door 121


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