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Having a futuristic aesthetic concept that adapts wearable sculptures to the form of the human body, Pugh utilizes shiny latex masks, woven chain armors, vizona and unusual application of plastic materials.  The leading representatives of music such as Kylie Minogue, Róisín Murphy, Beyoncé, and Lady Gaga, are among the names that prefer his designs. The talented designer, who states that his designs are about the struggle between light and dark, is a role-model that managed to excel among…

Having a futuristic aesthetic concept that adapts wearable sculptures to the form of the human body, Pugh utilizes shiny latex masks, woven chain armors, vizona and unusual application of plastic materials. The leading representatives of music such as Kylie Minogue, Róisín Murphy, Beyoncé, and Lady Gaga, are among the names that prefer his designs. The talented designer, who states that his designs are about the struggle between light and dark, is a role-model that managed to excel among…

Pugh continued to rise rapidly in his career with more splashy steps. In 2007, he appeared before the authorities with an extraordinary spring collection. Vogue UK described the fashion show as “an incredible and not to be missed show.” The legendary Vogue editor Anna Wintour was one of the open supporters of him.

Pugh continued to rise rapidly in his career with more splashy steps. In 2007, he appeared before the authorities with an extraordinary spring collection. Vogue UK described the fashion show as “an incredible and not to be missed show.” The legendary Vogue editor Anna Wintour was one of the open supporters of him.

Gareth Pugh used balloons in his final collection at St. Martins in order to highlight the joints. This has become one of the indications of his most unusual designs. This work had a great impact and also succeeded to attract the attention of the fashion editor of the UK-based Dazed & Confused magazine. And Pugh designs appeared at the cover of the magazine immediately after.

Gareth Pugh used balloons in his final collection at St. Martins in order to highlight the joints. This has become one of the indications of his most unusual designs. This work had a great impact and also succeeded to attract the attention of the fashion editor of the UK-based Dazed & Confused magazine. And Pugh designs appeared at the cover of the magazine immediately after.

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British fashion-designer Gareth Pugh began his career as a costume designer at English National Youth Theatre. His education of fashion dates back his years at City of Sunderland College. Finding himself at Paris, one of the fashion capitals in a short time, Pugh first began working with Rick Owens.

British fashion-designer Gareth Pugh began his career as a costume designer at English National Youth Theatre. His education of fashion dates back his years at City of Sunderland College. Finding himself at Paris, one of the fashion capitals in a short time, Pugh first began working with Rick Owens.

Grange still carries out join-design works with names such as Anglepoise, furniture designer Hitch Melius and designer Margaret Howell. He continues to give lectures at Royal College of Art which is still at the center of the design community today and to support young designers.

Grange still carries out join-design works with names such as Anglepoise, furniture designer Hitch Melius and designer Margaret Howell. He continues to give lectures at Royal College of Art which is still at the center of the design community today and to support young designers.

Getting inspiration from the form and functionality of Scandinavian, German and Italian designs, Grange interpreted elegant designs with modern aesthetic conception. Grange, obtaining not only business success by combining the unique style and the values of home, but, at the same time, also designing fun to use products, designed a large number of home products in the 60s and 70s.

Getting inspiration from the form and functionality of Scandinavian, German and Italian designs, Grange interpreted elegant designs with modern aesthetic conception. Grange, obtaining not only business success by combining the unique style and the values of home, but, at the same time, also designing fun to use products, designed a large number of home products in the 60s and 70s.

Among Britain’s leading industrial product designers, Kenneth Grande has put his signature on many iconic products that shape the daily life in his a half-century long career. Grande, known as the “man who shaped the Modern Britain,” is an unusual role-model for being the architect of modernism and minimalism.

Among Britain’s leading industrial product designers, Kenneth Grande has put his signature on many iconic products that shape the daily life in his a half-century long career. Grande, known as the “man who shaped the Modern Britain,” is an unusual role-model for being the architect of modernism and minimalism.

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