Thoughts on Clothing and Attitude: Quotes from the InCompany by Attire Club October 2017 Issue

Attire Club has released the autumn 2017 issue of the InCompany by Attire Club magazine this October.

Covered by designer Patrick de Padua, this issue of the magazine brings a series of practical style guides, lots of inspiration and many insightful and fun interviews with the people who shape today’s fashion world. As usually, we have searched far and wide to bring you the best in menswear, style and attitude.

Discover a series of quotes from the interviews featured in this issue:

 

 

“with each of my collections I try to tell a different story”- Marko Marosiuk, Fashion Designer

“I’m (…) really happy that unicorns are huge at the moment!” – Marko Marosiuk, Fashion Designer

 

 

On who he would love to design: “Marlene Dietrich – she was one of the first well-documented superstars of the 20th century and I find her spirit still inspiring. She left her homeland for the purpose of fighting a cruel regime and appalling crimes during the 3rd Reich – which makes her truly heroic.” – Claus Tyler, Fashion Designer

“I remember when I was in first grade, everyone from my class was dressed by their moms, while I was cutting different shaped holes in my T-shirts and stained my jeans with acrylic colors. Everybody looked at me and probably thought I was crazy or something, but it turned out I somehow predicted last year’s trends all the way in 2007 right?” – Aleksandar Gavrić, Fashion Designer

“I can use an object as inspiration, or a line or pattern and then create around it: and to translate it into a piece of clothing that is beautiful and easy to wear. In the end, I need to be able to look at the piece and want to wear it”. Patrick de Pádua, Fashion Designer

 

 

“I was born in Perestroika, it was a difficult time for most of our country. Fortunately, my family is very kind and lovely. My parents shared a lot of their wisdom with me”.  – Artem Shumov, Fashion Designer

“The abundance of natural fibers provided great opportunity to experiment, and the qualities of the pineapple fiber – being strong, light and flexible – made it suitable to use as a non-woven mesh.” – Dr. Carmen Hijosa, Innovator

“There are many exciting developments in textile innovation, from advancing technology to recycle plastic and extrude new filaments, such as with the Parley Ocean Plastic, to bio-chemical developments that reduce the need for the use of harmful chemicals, to other textiles created from the waste of food agriculture, such as Orange Fiber and Vegea, creating textiles from citrus juice and the wine industry respectively. – Dr. Carmen Hijosa, Innovator

 

It’s always a fascinating journey to see how creative people see the world and what the things that make them tick are, as these will be the themes of the future and the shape the world will have. It’s also great to find out about other people’s work and interests because this creates a connection of ideas, emotions and builds cultural bridges that will make us all go culture-forward.

 

 

Fraquoh and Franchomme

 

 

 

 

 

Further reading:

Discover the October 2017 issue of InCompany by Attire Club

Thoughts on clothing and attitude: Quotes from the InCompany by Attire Club summer 2017 issue

Discover the summer 2017 issue of the InCompany by Attire Club magazine

Thoughts on clothing and attitude: Quotes from the InCompany by Attire Club spring 2017 issue

Discover the Spring 2017 Issue of InCompany by Attire Club

Discover the InCompany by Attire Club winter 2016 issue

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