Ryo Yamada, JapaneseFinalist, ITS 2005 – Fashion His entire portfolio was made of printed pages of fabric. Brilliant sense of humour, always smiling, self-confident. Great career in denim, he is design concept director for Hilfiger Man.
Yukika Saito, JapanFinalist, ITS 2019 – Fashion Great sustainable approach: used literally EVERYTHING that Diesel sent her, including the packaging of the materials. She applied multiple times in the past, made it to the finals at the third attempt.
Frauke Thielking, GermanyFinalist, ITS 2009 – Photography Terrific, one-of-a-kind sense of humour. A brilliant perspective on photography. Unordinary shots from a unique mind. Delirious emails that would always bring a smile to our face!
Christopher de Vos, one half of the Peter Pilotto design duo, presenting his collection as a finalist at ITS 2005. Peter Pilotto was a finalist the year before, at ITS 2004.
Eun Young Choi, South KoreaFinalist, ITS 2006 – Fashion What’s the real difference between being beautiful or ugly? What does it really mean? Eun tells us about a world full of people who mask their rough and ugly mind by covering it with their good looks. What about people who look ugly and disgusting? We…
Jasper Sinchai Chadprajong, Thailand/UKFinalist, ITS 2009 – Fashion The first time the collection arrived but… not the finalist! Jasper was stuck in London due to VISA problems and sent a colleague on his behalf! A collection about broken love: all garments are connected, a metaphorical “umbilical chord” with his ex boyfriend.
Adrian Sommerauer, GermanyFinalist, ITS 2006 – Fashion Twice a finalist, in quite a unique way. First as a graduate from a german school (HAW Hamburg), then following a masters course in UK (Royal College of Art, London). Kenzo, Marras and now Dorothee Schumacher (resp. of wovens).
A message from knitwear prodige Kevin Kramp. Words that become reasons to carry on on the road we’re on : )
Bronwen Marshall, UKFinalist, ITS 2009 – Fashion Breathtaking pattern cutting, that shapes geometric art on her unique shirts.
What more is there to say? That time we had Eva & Adele in the ITS Creative Archive. As close as it gets to having “visitors from another planet” (as they defined themselves) land at ITS.