Fumika Miyawaki from Japan wearing a dress with an unusual neckline design – the U-neckline folded and embellished with huge beads between the folds.
Good news! Now you can join FASHION COLLARS on Facebook!
Be inspired and aware of new neckline and collar designs!
My neckline design collection numbers over 1000 unusual neckline styles from all over the world. The most outstanding collars and necklines are represented in my video ‘The Best Fashion Collars Compilation’:
Collars is just my hobby. In the meantime I am an electro pop artist and you can find me under these links:
LIKE on Facebook
LISTEN on SoundCloud
WATCH on YouTube
FOLLOW on Twitter
VIEW on Instagram
New artistic collar by an Italian contemporary jewellery designer Silvia Beccaria whom I met at London Fashion Week over a year ago.
Silvia Beccaria is an artist and textile designer based in Turin, Italy, with now almost twenty years of experience. She designs and creates contemporary jewelry on manual looms, adding unusual inserts that are completely foreign to textile traditions to traditional fibers, in a new interpretation of the ruffs that were in fashion in the 1500s and 1600s.
Her ruffs, created thread after thread, extend the definition of “fiber” to embrace industrial materials, primary (not recycled) products that would seem anonymous, negligible, and hard to consider in their aesthetic value – like PVC, rubber, plastic, latex, polyurethane and so on. Their common trait it the fact that they can all be woven somehow, and that their use is the result of research and innovative experiments.
For her contemporary jewelry, Silvia selects materials for their consistency, elasticity, transparency and color, trapping them in the warp and yet leaving them free to move, creating the three-dimensional effect that was essential to antique ruffs and to their charm.
MORE WORKS Read the rest of this entry »
‘Nobody could expect this to be so popular, but detachable collars made its way into lives of some many people. Depend on your personal taste you can find collars in all sorts of shapes and textures, soft and stiff, big and tiny.’ – says on its website Limited Avenue, a new online store run by a Russian couple Viktor & Iryna. Have a look at their stylish and affordable collar accessories designed to suit with undoubtedly any taste.