CHomicz Fashion [Concepteur]

Model :Klara Chomicz Designer: Joanna Chomicz

Model :Klara Chomicz
Designer: Joanna Chomicz

Chomicz Fashion is the stellar creative outlet of Joanna Chomicz, a Polish born, now Glasgow based designer.  We were first introduced to Joanna’s female driven eccentric, bold and unconventional collection  that was modeled at the 2013 International Student Fashion Show hosted by Jake Mood.  Her collection reflected the work of a designer that was willing to make brave artistic statements, an element of playfulness in fashion and importantly experience. Joanna’s well fitted clothing and sewed couture are a reflection of her dedication to her art- spanning 15 years of fashion designing.

For more on her collection click here – CHomicz Fashion

Chomicz Fashion,

Chomicz Fashion,

Notably, her inspiration for her individual pieces have come from historical clothing particularly 18th century and musical instruments. One of her pieces was inspired by the shape of a cello which was adapted to the human body. In effect, we believe that her designs are suited for both the runway and individuals who are willing to make bold and extraordinary fashion statements. Enjoy, Share and Be Inspired.

Check out more photos of her collection below :

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Pardon Le Dopeness [Concepteur]

Pardon Le Dopeness is a stellar Toronto based brand on the brink of exploding onto the fashion scene. Matt Adam, creator and owner of Pardon Le Dopeness recently unveiled his latest collection of t-shirts, tan-tops, leggings and accessory pieces which draw from an array of influences – Eastern religions, biblical references,  unorthodox calligraphy and provocative imagery  which all mesh together brilliantly. Each individual piece is hand drawn and printed on the softest fabric – blended bamboo and cotton for an amazing feel which has been described as ‘sex on the skin’. Notably,Pardon Le Dopeness’ recent collection differs from its predecessors as it invokes more of a darker tone which can be seen with each individual piece. This shows an evolution in the designer Matt Adam tastes and preference, importantly it demonstrates the willingness of the artist to expand and push the boundaries of art and fashion.

                         Buy online  – Pardon Le Dopeness

Check out the behind the scenes photo shoot of PLD latest release and enjoy the moody musings of Toronto Artist L3mon singing a beautiful rendition of ‘Bang Bang’ here-