Posted on 14 January 2016
My obsession with geometry, and line continues. Clean composition and structural silhouettes are something I’ve become more and more drawn to. Creating a worthy minimalist piece is actually quite difficult. It's taken a lot of practice to refine my taste and let the details speak for themselves. When I was in school, I had an amazing draping teacher who would tell me over and over "There can only be one lead actress, the rest are the supporting cast." That statement really resonated with me, and has affected my vision tremendously. Over the years, I've learned to hone in on my garment construction concepts and make sure that they maintain clean lines, functionality, and modernism. There's no shortage of ideas, but there's definitely an art to not putting everything you've got into a single piece.
|Minimalism is all about restraint. Allowing only the best idea shine, and speak for itself. These are some of my favorite minimalist fashion photographs uniting minimalist fashion, and architecture.|