Megan Sadler a multidisciplinary designer has designed a collection of garments called [SYNERGY] A capsule collection fusing Architecture and Fashion. The capsule collection pushes the creative boundaries to explore Architecture through Fashion, as way to bring the work of Architects into the public eye. This is a first at looking at bringing Architecture and Architectural drawings to life through a more tactile approach, garments.
With an Architectural background herself, she found an opportunity in some of the beautiful drawings produced during studying, that inspired her to translate these drawings into textile prints, and create garments with forms inspired by the Architecture project. The garments have beautiful detailing, vivid prints and all use on-trend technical fabrics which lend lend themselves to creating the forms intended.
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Photographer: Sophie Evans
Model: Erin Masson @ M+P Models
At a mere 16, Sofia Richie is arguably already in the famous lyrics of her father, Three Times A Lady. She’s not only following in his footsteps by starting to cultivate her singing career, but has also been making a real splash in the world of fashion and modeling. She chats to Fault about her recent signing and what it’s like to be a model, her love of fashion design and where it came from, and also what the future might hold. Full of life, this girl knows what she wants and has a pretty good idea about how she’s going to get it.
Take a peek inside FAULT Issue 21 where we chat to the rising model about her future, fears and favourite parts about the industry she is determined to crack.
FAULT: So, you’ve recently been signed to Select Model Management, are you enjoying being a model?
Sofia Richie: Yeah I love it, it’s definitely different to anything I’ve ever done in my life, but I really enjoy it and I’m so excited about what’s coming up.
Great, what would you say your favourite part about being a model is?
Honestly I just love wearing all the different clothes I’m put in, so mainly everything about the fashion part of the job.
It’s great that you say you want to be taken seriously in the fashion industry – does it ever upset you if other people, even your colleagues, say that people who come from a place within the public eye have it much easier as a model?
It doesn’t really upset me because it’s obviously their problem if people think we’re not working to get where we are today. It honestly just makes me want to work even harder and be more successful, because at the end of the day we are certainly working hard whether people realise or not.
What’s your dream for 10 years time? Where do you want to be?
I want to work towards my own fashion line and doing collaborations with fashion lines; I’m really focused on my fashion and modeling right now.
Is fashion design something you’ve always been interested in?
Yeah, I’ve always been super interested. When I was younger my parents bought me this little sketch book with blank girls in it so you can draw clothes on them. That’s something I started out doing a long time ago, and it’s how I think I became seriously interested in fashion by just being creative with it.
Finally, what is your FAULT?
I’m very harsh on myself. I’m critical and judgmental of myself when it comes to everything I do.
Photography: Enric Virgili
Stylist: Mar Munoz
Beauty Director & Make UP: Rafit Noy
Hair: Matilda Beltran
Assistants: Alba GG & Saray Dominguez Garcia
Models: Erika & Justyna @ Blow
Thank you for EATM School Barcelona, special thanks for KOTETIT and Noemi de la Pena Studio
Photographer & Styling Jemima Marriott
Model: Ava @ Profile
Photographer : Virgile Reboul
Stylist : Margaux Sirejacob
Hairstylist and MUA : Mayu Morimoto
Model : Mae Telkamp @ Supreme management Paris