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Fashion has always been a changing industry, with outragous designs to beautiful creations. Art isn’t only in the paintings but also in fashion and in beauty.

Zamina Scillasdotter is a Swedish tailor and designer who truly thinks outside the box, she creates clothes that are practical, fun and innovative.

This collection was photographed last fall (2020) together with photographer Gustav Hallén, model and singer Rahwa and makeup artist Polly Lindstedt. Together they created an amazing set of pictures that truly captured the Distortion jacket in it’s full glory.

This is what Zamina had to say about this collection and her brand:

– Distortion, is a changing coat. It is part of a collection idea where I made garments that can be changed and used in different ways with the help of different functions and parts that can be connected to each other. Since sustainability is one of my cornerstones in the company, I have in the collection played with the variability in a garment.

The coat is styled with a pair of tailored trousers and a padded satin top.

Distortion means just that – distortion, and is inspired by the meaning of it – that everything may not be what it looks like. You can relate it to mental illness, or just to the fact that it is a changing coat.

I experience myself as an artist mainly in how I create and how I combine dance, music, text, emotions, form, nature and different messages when I create avant-garde creations. I work in the borderland between design, tailoring and art, where every fabric, detail and shape is carefully selected.

DISTORTION | A coat that you can change looks after mood. Wearable in diffrent ways.

Designer, styling & hair: Zamina Scillasdotter

Website: https://www.zaminascillasdotter.com/

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/zaminascillasdotter/

 

Model: Rahwa

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/rahwa.raw/

 

Photographer: Gustav Hallén

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/gustavhallen_/

 

Makeup: Polly Lindstedt

Website: https://www.pollysartistry.com/

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/pollys.artistry/

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