Trying not to end up in a same bag with the abundance of trendy clones I want to show you some projects which deserve the honorable mention on The Biscuit Factory.
But actually, how do you distinguish between a nice piece of clothing and a piece of crap?
What makes certain items much more valuable from the stuff that you could find in a chain store? The answer is simple - passion and artistic awareness, two things which, I reckon, are the value
of some Polish designers.
Today I would like to show you a dress, designed by Jagoda Siejak.
She creates clothes that are comfortable and functional,
while at the same time astonishing and unusual.
She makes her own rules being inspired by the clothes she likes the most in her closet.
During the creation of that dress she wanted to go a step further - shortened the front, widened and angled pockets. She didn't want to make another dress that would look like those in the popular stores. She created a custom design, addressed to women of all kinds.
Jagoda still creates clothes based on her old projects, however, she's got a lot of new ideas in her head.
Let's keep our fingers crossed for Jagoda! :)
dress: Jagoda Siejak