Anna Dudzinska is a young Polish designer whose creations are inspired by modern architecture and interior design. One of her main characteristics is the production of hand knitted woolen clothes in which the arid Scandinavian landscapes are combined with soft and wrapping shapes. Earth’s colours recur in every collection, together with natural and organic fabrics that respect the environment.
Other key elements of the young Polish designer are the oversize shapes that form a sort of armor for the body and the three-dimensional embellishments that resemble the shape of a silkworm cocoon.
Thanks to: Eleonora Attanasio