Monday, 9 May 2011

Felicity Brown

Felicity brown
Brown studied at the Royal College of Art and worked 
for Alberta Ferretti, Mulberry and Lanvin before setting up her 
own label.Her Design signatures are “Attention to fabric, 
hand-dying and printing” by her own account.
 I really admire designers that gain inspiration from the arts. 
I love to take ideas from artists, paintings or sculptures 
in creating my designs. Brown states that Picasso’s etching 
work has inspired her autumn/winter 2011 collection.

These gorgeous designs could have almost been inspired by 
the works of Peter Lanyon. Lanyon was the leading 
exponent of abstract expressionism in Britain in the 1950s. 
In tandem with contemporaries in America and Europe he 
developed a new language for painting with his 
unmatched formal and technical experimentation. 
He saw himself as remaking the tradition of landscape 
painting, using landscape and places to express ideas 
about states of being and the human condition.

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