RNMS considers color contrast the most important thing. Each part of the bag is expressed in different colors. The exterior is as simple as possible so that you can concentrate on the color. And there is a pocket inside the bag, so you can store your cell phone, wallet, etc. And this bag has waterproof function. There are 6 colors in the strap, so you can choose according to your preference. Also, you can show the handle or not depending on your preference when you carry a bag.
In her collection, Flatter Your Body, Yunji Lee presents a revamped version of corsets. Using angles and optical illusion, the designs alter the shape of any figure without the discomfort of original corsets. This collection consists of unbalanced and oversized versions of classic items such as suits, tailored jackets, and dresses with menswear elements. Most compelling is the light-weight wool dress, with straps that can be adjusted around the bust, waist, and hips to flatter the body. It seems that even the word fitted can take on a whole new shape.
Sleek and versatile, the Milano System is a modular urban backpack 100% Made-in-Italy and designed to meet the dynamic lifestyle needs. Featuring modularity, the Milano System allows customization by combining different modules that can be easily attached and detached from the core pack. It is made with functionality in mind and can be customized by combining the following modules: Milano Backpack - the main pack, Laptop Organizer, Anchor, Everyday Block, Packing Block. The clean design in lightweight nylon and embossed hi-tech fabrics creates both an urban and timeless look.
This series of works is designed as bags and bags assembled through shoulder straps and zippers after 3D printing of translucent resin materials. Unique photosensitive color bubble shape gives users a novel use experience. In today's market, bags and suitcases have gone beyond their functions, showing the identity and personality of users from all angles. This style takes bubble elements as modeling inspiration, and photosensitive and color changing materials as the main body material.
This work combines the palace lantern craft of China's intangible cultural heritage, using rosewood pear as the bone and silk gauze and glass as the coat. The combination of iron wire skeleton and silk gauze is both light and flexible, and layers of exterior insect skeleton are constructed on the human body. It's beautiful and fragile, flimsy and tough, and it shows the X-ray world of life.
Gender-neutral pure wool scarves with unique digitally-printed contemporary patterns produced using a bespoke software programmed called Mov.i.see that uses body movement to transform digital data and reveal organic details not possible solely by computer programming. Mov.i.see enables the designer to create asymmetrical and non-repeat patterns, resulting in multifaceted and playful scarves that can be worn in different ways according to the mood or occasion, and are unlike any other products in the textiles or fashion accessories market.