Monday, October 17, 2011

Seen at White - Mirit Weinstock



When a jewel can tell you a story.
Quando un gioiello racconta una storia.


Mirit Weinstock born in Israel in 1977 and when she was 21 she discharged from her mandatory service in the army to study fashion and design.
Her way started from Shenkar School of Engeneering & Design in Israel and continues in the direction of Trieste (where she participated in ITS#ONE, an international competition for young talent), London (where she had an internship at Alexander McQueen) and Paris, where she worked with Alber Elbaz.

The influence of two real visionary genius as McQueen and Elbaz is visible in Mirit's work. Her oeuvre is a perfect mix of conceptual love for shapes and volumes and creative spirit.
Mirit's world is a fairytale inspired by nature, where all the pieces can tell you a story based on details, materials and colors.

I simply love:
the hair jewelry, so perfectly chic;
the silk t-shirts appliquéd with golden flowers


Mirit Weinstock è nata in Israele nel 1977 e all'età di 21 anni invece di prendere parte al servizio di leva obbligatorio nel suo paese, ha deciso di studiare moda e design.
La sue strada inizia alla Shenkar School of Engeneering & Design in Israele e prosegue in direzione di Trieste (dove partecipa al concorso per giovani talenti ITS#ONE), Londra (per uno stage da Alexander McQueen) e Parigi, dove collabora con Alber Elbaz.

L'influenza dei talenti visionari di Elbaz e McQueen è visibile nelle opere di Mirit: un mix perfetto di amore per le forme e spirito creativo.
Quello di Mirit è un mondo fiabesco, in cui ognuno dei pezzi racconta una storia, fatta di dettagli, materiali e colori ispirati al mondo della natura

I miei preferiti:
i pettini per capelli, meravigliosamente chic
le t-shirt in seta decorate con fiori dorati













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2 comments:

Mery said...

Hello, I love your post is fabulous. Kiss.
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Abigail said...

I love that it's fairytale inspired. The antlers are crazy-gorgeous and I would wear some of those clothes in a second!

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