Monday, April 30, 2012

The Making Of Kaleidoscope

The fall winter 2012 forecast talks about innovation, concentrating on a young style leaning towards the 60s. Colours are bright and sharp, evoking dramatic styles through a visual diary. There is much to build on, providing designers a huge amount of artistic leeway. Strong patterns and textured fabrics are key forces, creating a vibrant and exciting starting point for a new look. 

Kaleidoscope concentrates on how quickly fashion evolves from the fundamental, dictated by proportions and length. The emphasis is on young fashion, explored in a collection of stop motion photographs. The form echoes the evolution of fashion - and represents the revolution brought in by digital fashion, that is here to stay. The flip book is a powerful way to represent the new. It captures the progress of basic silhouettes through a newly found elegance with a diva attitude!

My degree project was initially conceptualized and inspired by the colour wheel. After researching on the seasons' colours for autumn winter 2012 a set of 15 colours were chosen to adorn the life size kaleidoscope. Sourcing of clothes and accessories were done keeping the scheme in mind. The story from day to night was tailored to the selection of long to short silhouettes. The flip look shows the transition of one trend blending into the other, showing the versatility of the garment and the subject of change in the look. The primary objective of the project was to show digital fashion with the simplicity of colour and the magnitude of allure.

Enjoy the veedeeo!!!


  1. ... and you're back. Fantastic, effervescent and inspiring :)

  2. Looks even more refreshing than the first time ! Sniggy Sniggy Sniggy...The Best of all girls in the whole wide world. Where were you when I was 18?