Molly Ratcliff is the winner of the Mulberry Accessories Award at this year’s Graduate Fashion Week.
What were the inspirations behind your portfolio and creations?
When I think about the inspiration behind my work I find that it comes from my normal day-to-day living. If I spot something I like, I take note of it and try to use it later in a design or illustration. I never leave home without my camera.
… Good luck in the future Molly!
Tag Archives: Inspiration
PRINTED SUMMER DRESSES
TREND : Water Colour
Show your playful side in this cute water-colour floral prom dress by Kaleidoscope , £65. Combine bold colours and delicate patterns for this trend to make it the centerpiece of your outfit. Compliment by wearing with minimal accessories in any of the colours.
TREND: Tropical Prints
House Of Holland and Stella McCartney both showed off their tropical designs on the catwalk for SS11. Get in on the action with this YOGO EGO Full Floral Print Prom Dress for just £30
So cheap you could actually pretend it’s vintage! Floaty Sleeve Chiffon Floral Dress from Rare, £36
TREND: 50’s Print
So ladylike and elegant with its tucked in waist and over the knee-length, perfect for canoodling in meadows. Meadow white floral prom dress, Monsoon – £95
In the style of a film noir, beauty is concealed behind a pair of dark
glasses and under a hat tilted over the forehead to suggest a hidden
mystery. This enigma is heightened by the perception of a life without
frontiers, according to a plot that follows an aesthetic journey between
different worlds. A precisely defined vision, treated ironically to give an
effortless and contemporary image. A stylish take on international
espionage, travelling through time and distance, referencing the beat of
great nightclubs and the silence of famous hotels.
Total black, with a flash of arctic white: a colour combination that
explores the interplay of light, shape and proportion. In this way each
outfit becomes an end in itself, telling a personal story through the matt
density of the cloth, the sheen of the velvet, the light touch of Mongolian
fur and the restraint of eco fur.
Seductive and practical jumpsuits, with full trousers cut as sharp as a
blade to emphasise the long, fluid silhouette. With raw-edge finishes and
sculpted jackets featuring concealed or covered buttons. Just a single
element of colour – the palest pink of bare legs worn without tights, of a
scooped neckline, and of gloveless hands clutching perfectly designed bags.