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The collection is inspired by elements from sci-fi, eco politics and the notion of a suggested dystopian future where independence is paramount to survival in a somewhat standardized society. Use of materials includes weaves that you would find in industrial greenhouses to aid the growth of plants by allowing through it a specific amount of light and heat. The transparent pod-like coat structures are supported by parachute inspired harnesses that carry a skeletal function. The outfits are built in layers that are connected by metallic mesh covered hand-knitted cords and metal silver snakes that propose a representation of fluid organisms, or live gentle machines. The greenhouse factor has lead to the inclusion of tie dye and bright floral colors that now exist within the collection as a uniformed aesthetic, allowing the overall look to be an opposing mix that gels together a perforated see-through slick finish with eclectic colorful elements. Photography: Louise Damgaard
About the Designer
Anna is based in New York, United States. She studied at Central Saint Martins. Her collections are produced in United States.
Anna Holvik graduated from Central Saint Martins in 2008. In 2006 she won the L'Oréal Professionnel Talent Spotting Titel. She has worked for Richard Nicoll in London and at Lanvin in Paris. Texts by Orwell and Huxley, along with science fiction cinema and eco politics initially inspired her graduate collection concept and led to the use of industrially engineered materials and ideas of protection, transparency and the human experience. Anna live and work in NYC.