Fashion and Textile Design
Kimberley Monaghan wanted to take the personal and unique style of handwriting traditionally found in letters and envelopes and allowed that to inspire her through typography, using modern technology to digitally design her distinct vintage aesthetic and develop through her design process, that would then be digitally printed so it can have a clean and pristine image, also allowing for a more complex designer concept.
Once it was digitally printed it was brought to the laser cutter to then have a pattern, that once again she designed, to be engraved over the fabric, mixing visually and texturally with the piece, changing how it felt and looks all together and also giving it a more modern and high fashion look while the design still held a nod to more traditional and vintage styles.
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