Art and fashion met at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum for a special presentation by Carla Fernandez. Perhaps the most visionary collection of Boston Fashion Week this year, each design was an embodiment of technique and originality. The Mexican designer was inspired by painted tiles in the museum's courtyard for her colorful SS15 collection. She created unique floral and botanical prints on lightweight fabric and incorporated texture with large knits. Instead of shaping her silhouettes with typical curved patterns, Fernandez uses a Mexican method called "the Square Root." This requires thoughtful draping to transform rectangular and square pieces of fabric.
|Carla Fernandez answers questions from the audience.|
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