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ODREA

Deconstructionism was described as a process of breaking down established forms in the past. TRANSPARENT LOOK is inspired by atypicality of the deconstructionism. This collection reinterprets deconstructionism as an intentional effort to obstruct, bound by conventional forms. Also, it breaks out of normal deconstruction fashion which presents unfinished looks such as exposed seams, raw edges and displacement of certain components. So this collection challenges to break down an established look and normal boundaries of fashion with impeccable garment finishing. Transparent fabric creates an apart-clothing look and amusing & tasteless balance to support a fragmented and simplified design. Also, tight fitting see-through clothing exposes bodily shape and emphasizes glamorous beauty. Using historical inner context and various fashion ornaments adorns a sensual look and the shape of the garment.

ARTIST BIOGRAPHY

Andrea JungMin Oh designs a fashion garment mostly by using colourless fabric. She likes the faint and intriguing details and style-lines which create visual amusement, such as bringing out the subtle illusions, and hide details of garments at the same time. When she designs, she is inspired by shape and certain mood, and she focuses on to flatter woman’s body shape. She strives to make a delicate and commendable collection also to present modern classy collection with simple-restrained details.

She participated in FAT 2016 to present her brand Odrea.

FASHION ART TORONTO April 18-22, 2017

Exhibition Opens 5:30pm

585 Dundas Street East Toronto

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ODREA

ODREA

Deconstructionism was described as a process of breaking down established forms in the past. TRANSPARENT LOOK is inspired by atypicality of the deconstructionism. This collection reinterprets deconstructionism as an intentional effort to obstruct, bound by conventional forms. Also, it breaks out of normal deconstruction fashion which presents unfinished looks such as exposed seams, raw edges and displacement of certain components. So this collection challenges to break down an established look and normal boundaries of fashion with impeccable garment finishing. Transparent fabric creates an apart-clothing look and amusing & tasteless balance to support a fragmented and simplified design. Also, tight fitting see-through clothing exposes bodily shape and emphasizes glamorous beauty. Using historical inner context and various fashion ornaments adorns a sensual look and the shape of the garment.

ARTIST BIOGRAPHY

 Andrea JungMin Oh designs a fashion garment mostly by using colourless fabric. She likes the faint and intriguing details and style-lines which create visual amusement, such as bringing out the subtle illusions, and hide details of garments at the same time. When she designs, she is inspired by shape and certain mood, and she focuses on to flatter woman’s body shape. She strives to make a delicate and commendable collection also to present modern classy collection with simple-restrained details. She participated in FAT 2016 to present her brand Odrea.

FASHION ART TORONTO April 18-22, 2017

Exhibition Opens 5:30pm

585 Dundas Street East Toronto

SCHEDULE

GET TICKETS


See all 2017 DESIGNERS & ARTISTS