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Grey Asymmetric Pair - A pair of shoes i made inspired by modernist architecture and interiors. These were a deconstructed and simplified take on my previous asymmetric pair i did for a manolo blahnik project at the RCA. They will be sold at Christie's Heart&Design charity auction in london on September 15th 2008.
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untitled - 1 preview of my RCA MA final collection of 8
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Manolo Blahnik Renaissance Project - I looked at the theme of Betrothal as one of the aspects taken from renaissance. I wanted to show that the shoes 'belonged together' in storage by connecting to each other. They could also be disconnected to work functionally. Each shoe was meant to be treated as an individuals - hence they are different designs - but come together in storage to create one overall design
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Manolo Blahnik Renaissance Project - I looked at the theme of Betrothal as one of the aspects taken from renaissance. I wanted to show that the shoes 'belonged together' in storage by connecting to each other. They could also be disconnected to work functionally. Each shoe was meant to be treated as an individuals - hence they are different designs - but come together in storage to create one overall design
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Manolo Blahnik Renaissance Project - Different angles of the connected asymmetric pair
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Umbro Project - blue sky - The concept is the '12th Man' (the singular term for the fans in a football stadium). The idea was to create footwear that would fulfil the performance requirements of the fan in the stadium - stadium specific footwear.
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Technical aspects of Umbro Shoe
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Possibly the most time consuming shoe i've made to date..That leg piece with the 'helter-skelter' emboss wrapping around is rubber if you we're wondering..
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MA Final Collection Line-up - Inspired by Modernist Architecture and Interiors

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