Vegan Glam

May the vegan trend continue…

Hereby a selection of #veganchic statement pieces, inspiration for the earth keepers out there <3

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“Veganism isn’t a goal to attain. It’s the means by which we can attain our goals. Compassion is the goal. Veganism is a way to get there.” Colleen Patrick Goudreau

This entry was written by Pinar&Viola, posted on July 26, 2016 at 2:54 pm, filed under Building a Win-Win World, Eco funk, Eco Warriors, Fashion, Health freaks, Lifestyle, Natural, Political glam, Sustainability, Trending. Leave a comment or view the discussion at the permalink.

P&V Healing Prints

The way fashion designers launch collections where they showcase the near-future of clothing, our studio yearly launches collection where we showcase the near-future of images. Followed by our artist statement about our devotion to social and planetary justice, we digitally crafted a collection where we made prints and garments that revitalise and celebrate the sacredness of nature. Pinar&Viola Healing Prints is a collection of rebellious visuals fabricated into unique fashion statements.

We would like to thank Stimuleringsfonds for their generous support in making this collection happen. The pictures of The Mother Earth Dress is taken by Thomas Vassarot and the rest of the healing prints is photographed by Wendelin Spiess

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This entry was written by Pinar&Viola, posted on July 20, 2016 at 4:02 pm, filed under Art, Craftsmanship, Ecstatic Surface Design, Fashion, Paris, Pinar&Viola, Prints and Patterns, Surface Collection, Uncategorized, Visual ecstasy. Leave a comment or view the discussion at the permalink.

We designed a holographic catwalk

Our studio designed the world’s first holographic catwalk for a virtual fashion line, all showcased on a real model, during Amsterdam Fashion week in July 2016. With this technology, we mimicked what Google’s Magic Leap will make us experience in the upcoming years. As for the future of fashion, we believe that people buy, throw, and mistreat their clothing because we do not feel connected with the inanimate objects around us. That is the reason why, with this catwalk experience, we made people emphasise with their clothing the way they do with their friends, where we visualised the spirit of the clothing.

Through animism, we gave life to the fashion line of Amber Slooten by adding facial characteristics like mouths and eyes and interactions between the dress and the model. You can find more information about this project on our interview in The Creators Project, and watch the making off of the hologram here.

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Launch Healing Prints: P&V Image Collection 2017

Auction Healing Prints — Paris, 29th of June 2016

The way fashion designers launch collections where they showcase the near-future of clothing, our studio yearly launches collection where we showcase the near-future of images. The concept decides for the medium where these images will be shown.
Followed by our artist statement about our devotion to social and planetary justice, we digitally crafted a collection where we made prints and garments that revitalize and celebrate the sacredness of nature. Healing Prints is a collection of rebellious visuals fabricated into unique fashion statements.
Each garment is a chance to spread the contemporary altruistic message of the healing prints, by mixing the aesthetics of high fashion and digital couture.
The collection manifests in different sub-topics, such as Mother Earth, Sexual Healing, Healing from Capitalism, Power To The Earth, Silence and The Emancipation Of Flowers. We made five one off couture pieces, 3 dresses and 2 t-shirts of edition one, which we sold during a special auction performance with Luc Saucier on the evening of June 29 in our studio in Paris. It was a festive event with an enchanting Healing Print relaxation room, a music performance of David Millhouse and abundant raw cacao sniffing.

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BIG BIG thank you to these dear people that helped us to make this project possible:
Luc Saucier, David Millhouse, Amandine Boiteux, Bérengère De Thonel d’Orgeix, Marc Lochner, Ariane Potapieff, Isinsu Kuzalti, Nolwenn Allarousse, Mona Soyoc, Aimee Wing Mei Man, Ylona Perkowsky, Thierry Do Nascimento, Anaïs Bocciarelli, Millie Clain, Florian Chaudat, Damien Gurzinsky, Yuan Chen, Tommy Haddock, Zsofïa Mouton-Perenyi, Jérôme Mouton, Keiichi Sakakura, Vincenzo Galante, Lami Transfer and Stimuleringsfonds creatieve industrie.

Photography: Jérôme Mouton.

This entry was written by Pinar&Viola, posted on July 4, 2016 at 3:56 pm, filed under Exhibition, Pinar&Viola, Surface Collection, Vernissage. Leave a comment or view the discussion at the permalink.