Exhibition at UCA Canterbury

Phoenix:Fire and blood-Burning experiments 

Inspired by fertility, this collection expresses the origin of  life.

Images of menstruation, the vulva, the womb and ovaries—that women should be proud of but that are hidden away socially as they are concealed physically

—are used as the basis of print, pattern and embellishment in a collection

which aims to express the beauty and honor of the female ability to create new life. 

Fashion designer and stylist: Phoenix Yang

Photographer: Grace Leitner Murney, Paulina Cid, Enyu Lin

Makeup Artist: Carmela D’Ascoli

Model: Polina Galinskaja and Enyu Lin

Collection
Fabric manipulations with ovary cell
Makeup and hairstyle testing
Working process
Fabric manipulations
Working process
Beading
Laser cutting pattern
Laser cutting necklace
Devore satin with digital prints
Transparent effects
Dye testing
Sewing process
Screen prints
Working process
Hand sticking
Working process
Laser cutting process
Transparent effects
Drapping
Beading
Beading and laser cutting
Folk prints
Screen print process
Ovary cells prints
Working process
Womb shape embellishments
Ovary cells inspired prints
Journal
Embroidery
Fabric manipulations
Embroidery
Embroidery
Laser cutting process
Fabric manipulations
Working process aaccessment
Working process
Laser cutting laces