Anna Jannicke

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kingston university london
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Collection – AW 18 TIFFI

Inspired by a strong 80’s silhouette the AW 18 collection TIFFI is dealing with the cultural and social topics of silver society and feminism. Inspired by hip protectors and the functionality of nursing home wear the collection pays attention to the problem of an aging society in which especially elderly woman are the most vulnerable and in need for special protection. The combination of bold colors and prints with padded elements giving extra comfort while a powerful and feminine silhouette represents the independent woman of today.

design & styling by Anna Jannicke
photography by Eva Kaiser feat. Saskia E. & Laura S.
Born and raised in Köln, Germany she moved to Düsseldorf to study fashion design at the AMD Akademie Mode & Design in August 2012. After her successful graduation with her AW 16 collection 'text me, sex me' she was awarded to showcase at the EXIT.16 in Düsseldorf in January 2016 and taking part as one of 10 finalist at the AMD Best Graduate Show in Munich in April 2016. In September 2016 she decided to move to London to continue her higher education path at Kingston University London with a MA in Fashion. In January 2017 she was one of 10 finalists of the Zara 'Shape the Invisible' competition presenting her design at their HQ in Spain. Working for Fyodor Golan London during her placement year she was influenced with a bold mix of colors and a strong feminin silhouette. Her collections show an excellent understanding and use of color, prints and materials combined with a playful but powerful sense of style. In early 2018 she graduated with her AW 18 collection 'Tiffi' from Kingston University London and works now as a Freelance Stylist and Designer with the strong aim to launch an own brand in near future.