NEW YORK, Feb 12, 2010 / FW/ — One of the great things about fashion week is discovering new talents and this season, New York-based designer Daniel Vosovic gathered instant fans with his original prints and embroideries on architectural silhouettes.
Staged Thursday, Feb 11th at Exit Art, Daniel Vosovic’s Fall 2010 collection was accentuated by strong marble inspired digital prints, detailed embroidered accents and strong structured shoulders.
The original marble print was arrived at by studying the aging process oxidized copper, broken marble and other materials in various stages of transformation. The concept was developed by observing the effects of time and the elements on various statues and sculptures and exploring the notion of creative destruction.
To communicate this concept in-depth, Daniel Vosovic used the gallery-like staging of his presentation and utilized the white walls as a projector screen for a sweeping nature film made by a young film makers Porter Panther (www.porterpanther.com).
Through the use of tailored separates with digitally printed satins, richly colored suede, and flowing dresses, Vosovic was able to capture the essence of a quiet wide open park-like space filled with strong artistic silhouettes.
Vosovic casted all Asian models to present his collection to the public as one cohesive form and add a striking consistency to the overall effect.
Photos by Ethan Hill, courtesy of Daniel Vosovic