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Anna Milada SS 2014/2015 collection

Fashion | December 16, 2014 |

Anna MiladaImage courtesy of Anna Milada

Anna Milada SS 2014/2015 collection

Anna Milada was born in the US but grew up in sunny Italy. She graduated from Politecnico di Milano in 2013 with BA Honours in Fashion Design.

Anna MiladaImage courtesy of Anna Milada

Discovered her curiosity for knitwear, she immediately enrolled at NTU in a Masters’ course in Fashion Knitwear Design. The garments are “minimalistic yet intricate“. The latest collection uses sustainable man-made fibres.

Anna MiladaImage courtesy of Anna Milada

Sustainable zero-waste fashion knitwear collection made from biodegradable, recycled or recyclable materials. Inspired by Venice, global-warming, Carlo Scarpa. Special thanks to Lenzing and Nilit for the yarns.

 

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