Yiqing Yin 2013 collection was known for a heath of fresh air with the embrace of experimentation and the amount of creativity gone into this collection. From looking at her collection in my opinion this designer as no constraints of symmetrical order or any traditional structure. When you examine Yins 2013 collection it is like you are looking at something magical something unrealistic that no one can imagine creating. It as if you have gazed at queens that you usually come from you wildest imagine seeing these strong willed women through your eyes as they march down the runway. Despite all the experimental components and structure there is still an eye for the finest attention to detail.


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The colour pallet is very broad ranging from from translucent shades from nude to vibrant blues and reds. This link really well into my concept as Coral is very vibrant busting with colours but they are some corals that are very pastel, trying to get that into my initial sketchbook I want to show case the different colours that I can use in my designs. Looking at the garments silhouette she has made sure they are not constraint to the body, there is movement, fluidity of motion throughout the collection which enhances the details on the garments making them come alive as the gentle movement of the fabric as they move bring the details aloe as if they are replicating the movement of sea life. This will be very important part of my project, as I would like to get that freedom of movement into my collection. With the constant state of transformation and flow of fabric it enchanted that bodice figure contouring the models figure and giving the figure such a feminine touch with the fierce strong willed sense.


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