As my part of my Friday post on Fashion starting today I will features some top designer courtesy of Cocopr. I introduced to you Ana Steele with her Winter collection 2008 as puppeteer of a Gypsy troupe of intricate and painted marionettes.
Ana Steele grew up with both her mother and grandmother doing outworking from home and received her first sewing machine at the age of five.
In 2003, Ana won the Sony Streetwear Award of the Modus Operandi Fashion Competition and decided to work towards building her own label and store – both of which she now has.
Highlighted throughout the range is an intricate graphic print from artist Hamon Ra, which curls over shoulders, wraps around necks, creeps down racer backs and drifts across the décolletage.
“Each piece has a fluidity and focus on ease of movement that makes them completely at home on the street or the stage,”
The collection is theatrical and mischievous with subdued elements preparing for a season on show. If you see more on Ana Steele collections visit her website.