Yung Wong: Winding Surface

Winner of an Avery Dennison Fashion Innovation Award and  student at Nottingham Trent University, the young designer of Hong Kong research solutions and architectural possibilities able to represent the complexity and dynamism. Inspired by the architecture of Zaha Hadid, the design of Yung Wong disturbs the stillness of the surfaces with winding asymmetry and geometric mosaics that evoke the vector graphics and disarticulate  fading on fabrics. We thus define new forms, geometry unstable, where the unit shows the fragment. To achieve them, the designer uses interlinings to harden chiffon, in a three-dimensional texture effect of stiffness and softness. Shirts crystallized in futuristic shapes, crossed by  unexpected details in materials such as wood, seek formal combination with the softness of cream-colored skirts pants. A chroma level stands the use of a palette of colors that range from ice blue to pink pastel, until beige.