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VIGINLO 's collection is entitled SPACE TOUCH EMOTION AW2012/13. The design concept of the collection is based on the relationship of space, touch and emotion through human communication. The SPATIAL CONCEPT developed in the two dimensional pattern cutting interacts with the three dimensional through the contours of the body figures. Lines, surfaces, space and body interact with each other and create different levels of interstitial space between body and garment as a second skin of our body through the pattern cutting. It creates barriers and boundaries between the outside world and us. The TOUCHING CONCEPT tends to explore the different fabric materials with combining them for one garment and presents the different touching frequency we could accept from the outside world. The EMOTIONAL CONCEPT translates to the color gradation of the collection and presents the variation of human emotion. These three parts are intimately connected and thus share a very close relationship with each other. The development of one part would influence the other two parts significantly.
About the Designer
Vigin is based in London, United Kingdom. She studied at London College Of Fashion and graduated in 2012.
VIGIN (WAN YING) LO is a fashion designer from Hong Kong and completed her Master from London College of Fashion in fashion design and technology, menswear recently. Prior to her Master’s Degree, she also received her Bachelors (Hons) Degree of Fashion Design from The Hong Kong Polytechnic University in School Of Design. During her time in Hong Kong, she worked at Hong Kong based fashion brands as an assistant designer and then as a fashion designer. She then moved on to work for the international sports brands NIKE and PUMA, focusing on the Asia Pacific market as design support and apparel product designer. She gained a lot of valuable knowledge and experiences in these five years with different fields including menswear, womenswear and kidswear. VIGIN’s work focuses on conceptually based idea. Her interests lie in two dimensional pattern cutting and how it interacts with three dimensional body figures to present the different levels of interstitial space through her garments as a second skin to our bodies.