Alva Au, “2-Way Clutch”
The 2-Way Clutch takes a classic accessory and turns it into a chic statement piece for your outfit. This clutch features a soft wave-like weave on one side, and flips over into a natural grey wool facade for added versatility. The inside of the clutch is lined with an off-white cotton fabric for a cohesive look inside and out. Alva showed true skill and craftsmanship with her machine and hand stitching. This clutch is not only reversible but can be worn in any season with almost any outfit. Perfect with a little black dress!
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Maheen Waheed, “Cloudy Hat”
Maheen's inspiration for the Cloudy Hat is a combination of "Pirate Hats" and "fancy British Hats"! This hat is truly a Fascinator that made us look! The primary material is of course, wool felt that has been meticulously cut, shaped and strategically placed to entice you. Maheen died the smaller felt pieces using purple and green food colouring. This is entirely possible due to the high wool content of the felt used. The Cloudy Hat is both machine and hand stitched using aluminium wire on the edges to give the hat the perfect curves and shape. We love how Maheen interpreted this project and took it beyond the traditional concepts.Materials Used:
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Arturo Arredondo Miranda, “Ammonite Purse”
Arturo took inspiration from Origami Figures to make the Ammonite Purse. Using natural wool felt and a little imagination, Arturo was able to construct a functional purse using an earth tone colour palette. The Ammonite Purse features a large compartment to fit all of your day to day items as well as a painted wooden handle. The ridges at the base of the bag mimic the ribbed, spiral shape of Ammonites.The curves of the Ammonite can be seen in the shape of the bag, how the colours of the felt interact with each other and in the handle.
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