Éva Lili Bartha

 

DESIGNING FOR INTERACTION

 

Photographer: SEBASTIAN VISTISEN TOFT

All clothes by: ÉVA LILI BARTHA // BARTHA

Models: Csaba Toviskes + Maria Falck + Denisa Fagulova + Peter Dudfield

 

Fashion has become increasingly colorful in recent years, which is quite nice after the dark ages, of all-black-looks on every nordic fashionista. But the dark north is dark no longer and more and more color are hitting the catwalk at Copenhagen Fashion Week. One of the most memorable and impressive collections is by the recently graduated Éva Lili Bartha, who showcased her designs at Copenhagen Fashion Week AW19.

Bartha is an interesting designer, born in Hungary and educated in Denmark at VIA Design.

What makes Bartha interesting is, that she focuses on clothes as tools for communication with the surrounding ‘audience’ and treats clothes as interactive  devices. This view on clothes is a major part of Bartha’s process, where she prefers to work digitally and combine many different techniques, like embroidery, print and various textile manipulations, to create an impulsive look.

Fashion design is historically very personally related to the designers personal history, a legacy Bartha is continuing in her own career. She takes a lot of inspiration from her own life story – and not just the nice parts.

However, beauty is, for a major part, in the eye of the beholder and though Bartha’s personal history may not be evident to the average viewer, her clothes seem to us, to indeed be very communicative and part of a definite point of view – which we love, mainly because of it’s uniqueness and original visual language.
 

Picture courtesy of BARTHA

 

Picture courtesy of BARTHA 

 

Picture courtesy of BARTHA

 

Picture courtesy of BARTHA

 

Picture courtesy of BARTHA

 

Picture courtesy of BARTHA

 

Picture courtesy of BARTHA

 

Picture courtesy of BARTHA

 

Picture courtesy of BARTHA

 

Picture courtesy of BARTHA

 

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