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  • Yannis Tseklenis : The Greek Designer

    International fashion editors of the time, such as Bernadine Morris (New York Times), Sally Kirkland (Life Magazine), Eugenia Sheppard (International Herald Tribune, Los Angeles Times) entitled him ‘The Greek Designer’ praising his work; research projects on his thematic collections, accredited Yannis Tseklenis as the artist and businessman who pioneered Greek fashion to the contemporary international fashion world introducing a global market for …

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  • Angelos Bratis : Doric rhythm

    The principal form of the three classical architectural orders of ancient Greece is characterized by its symmetrical purity of line and absence of superfluous ornamentation. The elementary solid structure of Doric rhythm inspires the launch of a permanent but evolving new label of ready to wear from Angelos Bratis. Architectural structures in white denim provide …

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  • The Artians : Sayades costumes

    The Artians Sayades SS17 sources its inspiration from the traditional Greek costumes of the early 1900’s; the diversity of the ‘tribes’ who relocated themselves from the mountains to the seaside bringing with them their cultural background and traditions. Something that really intrigued the designer Konstantina Kampisopoulou to create this collection was that each costume depicted …

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  • Elena Karavasili : Solid forms

    Elena Karavasili‘s philosophy is the unification of two fundamental cultural movements: Minimalism and Classicism. Referencing geometric abstraction in simplicity of form and subdued color palettes, the designer exemplifies the quality materials and craftsmanship of the pieces, and evokes architectural classicism with elegance, symmetry and a systematic order of proportions. | interview by Anna Baniora | …

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  • Romina Karamanea : de- constructed forms

    ‘Inspired by engineering and industrialization, everything is linear and iron-cast. There is a theme of disconnection as everything is precisely disjointed proportionately,’ ‘Shapes are inspired by post-modernist architecture, primarily the simplification of form and creation of ornament from the structure and theme. All balanced perfectly with shapes that eulogize the female form and its hourglass …

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  • Marina Vernicos : Greek Topio-graphies

    Award winning photographer Marina Vernicos has showcased a number of solo and group exhibitions in distinguished galleries and museums around the world. In your recent exhibition Up Above & Down Under in Cyprus, we can see a collection of pictures depicting greek ‘topio-graphy’ from alternative perspectives. Featured photo: Elafonisos, Peloponnese © Marina Vernicos photography | interview …

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  • Postfolk : Digital embroidery

    Postfolk is a digital handicraft, a digital embroidery, inspired by the design potential of folk art motifs. Maria Olga Vlachou is the designer of the digitally handcrafted brand, re-collecting memories from greek folk culture. The collection includes textiles, homeware and limited edition art prints. | interview by Anna Baniora | MA, Fashion Business Management | …

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  • Ancient Kallos : Aegean Light

    Ancient Kallos draws its creative inspiration from ancient Greek beauty and cultural heritage – its very name deriving from the ancient Greek word for beauty; ‘Kallos’. The sun in the form of its ancient Greek symbol features in the logo ΚΑΛΛʘS, in the letter O, as a representative of the spirit, while the dot in …

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  • Deep Shallow Exposition : frame sculptures

    ‘I perceive that the eyewear I create – solely by hand – as sculptures… I do not feel like I own an eyewear brand, but rather a way to create and to experiment with materials’;  Elisabeth Leau, the Deep Shallow Exposition designer, told me a Saturday evening when we met at her studio for a …

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  • Marmarometry : Greek marble meets geometry

    Marmarometry is a new series of jewelry made by Xenia Nefelly Vlachou. Their main element is the Greek marble in plain geometrical lines and minimal look which matches harmonically with metal. She is influenced from architecture and the series were introduced for the first time in Greece on January 2015. | interview by Anna Baniora …

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