Thursday, November 4, 2010

Designer Profile: Louise Goldin

During London Fashion Week and at the press day for Relative Mo, the London/Paris PR agency, at Somerset House I discovered Louise Goldin and her wonderful sculptured clothes.

As many other successful designers she, of course, studied at Central Saint Martins followed by work as head designer at Tereza Santos in Brazil for two years.

Louise Goldin herself describes her design signatures as follows; “Innovative programmed techniques where I create my own knitted fabric and textures, combined with structured, sculpted garments.” And about her clients she says; “A woman who has her own sense of style. She can integrate a Louise Goldin piece into her wardrobe and wear it effortlessly!”

Born and raised in London she is still not tired of the buzzing city where she gets a lot of her inspiration: “There is such a buzz and creative flow in London! I love creating here. I get inspired by all museums - the V&A, The British Museum, Tate and scientific research libraries... I love looking into science: chemistry, biology and physics.”

1 comment:

  1. Didn't know about her, but this outfits are stunning. Love the assymetri and the lines. Great blog!