Late update9:00 AM
First of all, sorry for the massive lack of posts or either signs of life around here guys. Having limited or even non-existent free time at all it's one of the "perks" of architecture students. Actually not free time at all but also all the craziness around deliveries and drawings and work and so on that those really few seconds you have for yourself you spend them doing totally random things which have nothing to do with obligatory things. At all. And that includes the blog.
It's not like I put it on hiatus or something, writing here and meeting all of you is one of the most fun, amazing things I've been ever at. But that's the same reason why I've been out for awhile: I needed to focus on classes this last weeks (totally crazy. No sleeping at all and hard working hours and hours), but also needed to boost my creativity on the little gaps I used to blog. I've been collaborating with some friends (stay tuned at the Fashionart crew, they're launching their very first online magazine issue and I wrote something for them!) and thinking about new fashion projects coming.
Some of you who follow Something Fashion on our fan page might have noticed about my little adventure into shoe designing which actually turned into clutches and fabric designing. Seriously, the pattern and fabric design thing is thrilling and lets my mind fly away from classes and daily issues for a while. I'm planning to launch soon a little collection of unique clutches, makeup bags and pouches. They're really fun to do, and also super useful! Stay tuned at that.
Believe me, it feels literally like decades since the last time I got out to shoot some outfits! I'm super on the mood for it, so as soon as I'm able to you'll have me around here once again.
I started designing sneakers about a month ago on an online startup, but it didn't work at all. My designs were inspired by famous architects and their buildings. This one was based on Gerrit Rietveld and his influence of painter Mondrian.
Here're some of the things I've been experimenting on with the clutches thing. Hand-made drawings for the patterns I've been designing and turning into real fabric thanks to ilatela. You can already buy this floral one on their site!