On the 8th October 2020 collections of NTF – Department of Textiles, Graphic Arts and Design students were showcased at Podhod Ajdovščina Ljubljana within the framework of LJFW 3/4




Pia Hočevar Mucić has created a gender-neutral fashion collection ‘Save the Bugs’, inspired by the identity of men’s clothing. The collection questions men’s gender expressions and suggests different possibilities for men’s fashion. Her work also reflects as an activist campaign that focuses on a serious ecological issue – insect extinction.

Eva Jež has found inspiration for her bachelor’s thesis titled ‘Kaleidoscope’ in optical illusions, using kaleidoscope and its symmetric shapes as a starting point for her collection. She made a research of contemporary fashion and fusion between different styles, as well as of technology that creates patterns. The end result is a modern women’s collection, representing the simplicity and complexity of the kaleidoscope.

Alenka More with her master thesis ‘Perfect bodies’ suggests a critical insight into body diversity, the culture of clothing, utopian perfection and designing clothes. The image of the body plays a significant role in today’s society, as media and media personalities solidly spread the idea of socially acceptable beauty. Most clothes are not made to consider different body specifics, which is why customized clothing gains more and more added value.


Foto: Sara Rman

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