A “masterpost” of a few out of many styles I have sown. Starting from newest to oldest.
A bomber jacket with pin tucks – inspired by elements from the 40’s, like pilot jackets and pleated gowns. Made in a wool material with a polyester lining. See more by clicking here.
A bralette from a personal project. Made in a satin woven polyester material with metal details.
Dress from my final exam at TEKO. For this project I made a Resort mini-collection for the danish brand Stine Goya. Made in a blue jersey material with an opening in the back.
Kimono from my final exam at TEKO. For this project I made a Resort mini-collection for the danish brand Stine Goya. Made in a woven cupro material.
Playsuit from my final exam at TEKO. For this project I made a Resort mini-collection for the danish brand Stine Goya. Made in a satin-like material with hand painted triangles on the side.
Trench coat from a TEKO Project. For this project I worked with a mini aw 16 collection for swedish brand Filippa K. Made in a water-repellant wool material.
Very highwaisted trousers from a TEKO project. This project mainly consisted of learning to make trousers. Made in a twill fabric. I actually made a pair in black as well.
For this project, there was only two rules: Sow a wearable item – and sow it in jersey. I was inspired by a piece by Peachoo Krejberg that I saw at an exhibition at HEART Museum.
For this project, the three classes (Fashion Design, Branding + Marketing and Purchasing Management) on the same semester as me had to cooperate and make something wearable for a brand that doesn’t make clothes. My group chose danish interior company Ferm Living. I was the one to sow the shorts, inspired by some triangles Ferm Living uses on their products.
Right before I started at TEKO I made this custom dress for my self. It has a white panel and a small horizontal hole at the bust. For this dress, I was very inspired by this photo of Lana del Rey. Made in a white and black jersey material.