BLVD Spring’13 Issue
Styled the editorial, and they featured my 5 panel with window pane print skirt
one night only.
edge of lincoln
chamomile all over me.
ain’t laurent. without yves.
editorial photoshoot for Boulevard Magazine.
style: Abzal Issabekov
Had fun with Danila and Marina…cutest cutest
i really think “compote. cooking studio” is at least one reason to come to almaty.
me and my friend Ais enjoyed our time making orange pie with white chocolate, lentil soup and chicken wings dipped in some very cool sauce.
recommend it. try it yourself people.
not now. very bright. very rare.
used to wear it long ago. the jacket. nostalgia during the winter break.
oh. btw. smoking kills.
cartes topographiques et des plis
imagining how topographic maps would translate into a garment, through a technique of pleating…
monoroom.kz launch party.
hip bone and saggy skin
The idea of this project was to re-explore/re-define “human body”.
I started thinking of the skeleton, and the bone structure, and how fascinated i was.
What got my attention was the hip bone and it’s interesting shape.
So I started thinking about human mutation and what if to use the shape of the hip bone and make it as part of the garment.
But the second layer of the concept, was to think how skin would react if the hip bone for example would be attached to the shoulder or on the side of the hip bone.
At the same time how skin will stretch and how elastic it will become and saggy…
So the thought of the perfect shape of the ip bone, to make it less human and more abnormal:
So the the draping process took place, during it i used foam cut in the certain shape and jersey knit in order to reflect the texture of the stretched skin
Ideas. ideas. ideas.