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Australian designer - Katherine Mavridis

Mavridis was a graduate of UTS in 2012. She is currently finishing her Masters in Parsons NYC.
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metempsychosis 2012 Mavridis's graduate collection was a completely different way of looking at knitwear. It took the almost 2D image of knitwear into a 3D realm of sculpture; with abstract shapes and forms. credit: katherinemavridis.com

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Dis r uption 2013 An example of experimental knitwear; where texture is manipulated into almost random organic pleating. Credit: Katherinemavridis.com

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dis r uption sample The knit sample is interesting in terms of construction and texture. I myself do knit however this kind of knit requires planning and a broad knowledge of construction. By employing creativity Mavridis has created a almost alien like texture beyond the 'norm'. credit: katherinemavridis.com

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Mokuba 2014 The dress from the collection is an strong example of a well fitted yet oversized piece. The simple colour palette allows for the structure to 'speak' per say for itself. The tactile chunky nature of the rope adds a point of difference to the piece. credit: katherinemavridis.com

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Katherine Mavridis knit samples I have been collecting a similar stash of knit samples. Such working samples give an insight into the designers practise and the richness of work created through the range of samples Credit: broadsheet.com.au

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Makuba 2014 This collection was purely made from rope; a non traditional knitting material. The oversized nature of the garment shows the organic flowing loftiness of the knit Katherine Mavridis Credit: The Raw Book

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Makuba 2014 This almost simple garment is deceptive in terms of construction. The ease of the gaps at the side of the garment is actually quite tricky to form with knitted fabric. There is a strength to the garment and a sense of wrapping which also relates to my own work. credit:katherinemavridis.com

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