If you ever wanted to witness the fruition of a clothing collection, we have got you covered.
With New York Fashion Week over and London Fashion Week wrapping up, there were tons of designers that all went through the same process, but we only get the chance to see the final product. Granted the final product is the best part, but there is something to be said about where the inspiration comes from that leads to the sketches and final production of each garment.
For the Fall 2013 collection of Ohne Titel, NY Magazine followed the brand’s two designers Flora Gill and Alexa Adams as they worked on their collection from the very beginning to the end, with a little advice from Visionaire editor Cecilia Dean. You get a chance to actually see how the final products measure up to the sketches, and in this case it was very close. So much so, that Caroline Issa of London’s Tank magazine (and the stylist for Ohne Titel’s last two runway shows) gets giddy while seeing sketches matched to swatches for the first time.
Press play on video above for the first installment of the Cut’s five-part video series with the designers behind Ohne Titel documenting the incredible effort it takes to put out a collection for New York Fashion Week. Stay tuned after the video for a preview of the second installment.