Monday, 20 May 2013

Judy Scott

"I have designed and created two collections, which wrap and enfold the wearer. For children and big kids a range that will envelop them in colour and is bright and wearable, created using wool the pieces will give warmth and be hard wearing and functional." Judy Scott

Here is Judy Scott's cocoon range for children which has a similar feel to the work of Swedish fashion designer Gudrun Sjödén but both her adult and children's collections also have a strong Japanese influence. 

"Cocoons in nature keep their contents safe, they wrap envelop and enclose therefore I have used this as a source for my research. From birds nests to shells and flower buds, they are formed differently but all serve a similar purpose. Primary inspiration was gathered on the Isle of Mull exploring its may hidden cocoons; limpets, flower buds and mussel shells and from the man made the fishing boats, nets and buoys, amazing examples of form, shape and colour to develop further."  Judy Scott.

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