+J kolekcija / +J collection

+J kolekcija / +J collection

modni teoretiki razpravljajo o različnih modnih sistemih in pomenih oblačil: oblačila so lahko popolnoma funkcionalna in nerazpoznavna, pulover je pulover in krilo krilo. lahko pa izražajo močno osebno poetiko oblikovalcev, ki skozi svoje delo pripovedujejo zgodbe z uporabo najrazličnejših vzorcev, krojev, šivov in tkanin, s katerimi bijejo večni boj med industrijo, trendi, umetnostjo in lastno kreativnostjo. a tudi popolnoma funkcionalna oblačila lahko imajo svojevrstno poetiko. v design muzeju v londonu so razstavljeni letošnji nagrajenci največje oblikovalske nagrade “the brit insurance designs awards”, ki predstavljajo dela najbolj inovativnih oblikovalcev v kategorijah arhitektura, moda, pohištvo, grafično, interaktivno in produktno oblikovanje. na področju mode je glavno nagrado prejela +J kolekcija oblikovalke jil sander za japonsko blagovno znamko “uniqlo”, ki jo odlikuje minimalistično oblikovanje “uniform za prihodnost”.

fashion theorists discuss the various fashion systems and meanings of clothing: clothing can be fully functional and unrecognized, where a pullover is a pullover and a skirt is a skirt. it can also express the strong personal poetry of designers who tell stories through their work, using a variety of patterns, seams and fabrics through which they speak to us about their feelings in an eternal battle between industry, trends, art and creation. but also perfectly functional clothes have a sort of poetics. the design museum in london is exhibiting this year’s winners of the biggest design awards, “the brit insurance designs awards”, which showcase the most innovative and forward-thinking designs from around the world, spanning seven categories: architecture, fashion, furniture, graphics, interactive, products and transport. in fashion, the top prize was awarded to jil sander, designer of the + J collection for japanese high street retailer “uniqlo”, which is distinguished by its minimalist styling which represents the “uniforms for the future. “

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