Council for Fashion & Social Change
Social Impact Through Collaboration

Cristina Torrent

   
  
 
  
    Following my background as architecture student, my first collection is inspired by the façades of the japanese architect Toyo Ito. It is conceptual collection in which I wanted to experiment with different materials such as pvc, fishing net or bubble wrap in contrast with delicate fabrics such as silk crepe and organza, to represent strong volumes in front of other light garments. The result along with accessories is a minimal collection of architectural pure volumes.    
  
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Following my background as architecture student, my first collection is inspired by the façades of the japanese architect Toyo Ito. It is conceptual collection in which I wanted to experiment with different materials such as pvc, fishing net or bubble wrap in contrast with delicate fabrics such as silk crepe and organza, to represent strong volumes in front of other light garments.
The result along with accessories is a minimal collection of architectural pure volumes.

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