CROSSING LINES

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Hello folks!

On today's toujoursAnja menu we have something brand new for you to see. 
I'd like to introduce you to a young, but very promising platform - Cross The Line. It is basically a designer platform that gathers up talented designers from different countries (Hong Kong, China, Taiwan, Korea, Singapore), but also a place where you can inspire yourself on a monthly basis.

The whole concept and design of the site scream minimalism (do I really mention it in every post?).
Chez Cross The Line October is (soon to be was) in spirit of black and white. We have all been witnesses of the all white trend that ruled summer scenes, and also it found its way to spring 2015 runways. White is here to stay. And black is just something that will never go out of style.

I'm showing you designers that really caught my eye. Not all of them have their collections up on the site, but here are my favorites so far. Don't hesitate to check the rest of them!



112 mountainyam

Found in 2011 by Mountain Yam. When I first saw his S/S 2014 Collection, Alexander Wang popped in my mind. All of his clothing had a sporty chic vibe. But his Fall/Winter Collection tells the whole other story. Shape and materials have the main role. This collection tells a story about the woman who is redefining and rediscovering herself.


Images from Mountain Yam



BLIND by JW

Found in 2012 by two designers Jessica and Walter who graduated Central Saint Martins Art and Design College from London and Polytechnic University from Hong Kong. It is a label that mixes East and West influences, creating beautiful and romantic pieces with the biggest accent on hand down prints, color block and material mixing. And they presented their S/S 2015 Collection!





Images from blindbyjw's tumblr 



SKETCHAROUND


Found in 2013 by two designers from Hong Kong. They're focused on purity of form and iconography. Their unisex garments provide you something relaxed, yet really chic and distinctive. It's modern, it's minimal, it's timeless. And last, but not least - very wearable!





 Images from Sketcharound
  
For more, visit www.crossthelinex.com

2 comments:

  1. Great post! I like your blog! I hope you will visit mine!

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  2. Very nice pics! I like them a bit longer :)

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