BEHIND THE DESIGN: Cristina Sabaiduc AW14 SCARF COLLECTION
You know how much I like discovering new designers and introduce them to you. As an architect-to-be I know how exciting is to create something to call your own, and directly from scratch. To design anything and be exposed to other's reviews and thoughts, but feel fulfilled because you have done the work on the right way.
I feel somehow (I don't know why) attached to emerging's designers scarves. Maybe because thanks to a scarf from designer LouveDeNordneg, this blog lived one of its first and most special stages. I think scarves are a nice way to experiment and let imagination fly while designing, because of their simple shape and also the infinity of ways they can we worn.
That's what happens on Christina Sabaiduc's AW14 collection of scarves which turns everyday life upside down with her macro digital prints of stained glass or frozen household products such as vinegar, detergent or wine just to name a few. The colorful digital photography are made in collaboration of artist Jo Holland, and I must confess they've achieved really hypnotic and intriguing designs which will claim for attention on any way you wear them. How would I wear Cristina's scarves? I would go for the "simple chic" style, with a pair of dark skinny jeans and a white T-shirt to highlight the pattern on this absolutely craftsmanship pieces.
So as always, hope you guys enjoyed this article and also discovering this designer as much as I did. Now that my holidays are about to end and school season is near, it's time to start thinking on fall outfits... And what better than this unique scarves?
All pictures and video come from Cristina's Sabaiduc project gallery at Wowcracy.