Ana Livni and Fernando Escuder are fashion designers who constantly look for creative new ways to design clothes. A fusion of art and industry, their work is highly innovative, transforming traditional and artisan elements but also mixing different styles with complex structures and technologies.
Their work fits with the 'Slow' design movement, combining thoughtful mobility, the preservation of natural resources and a dialogue between nature and the inner self. The pair design by keeping in mind sustainable development and the destination of their material. "Slow fashion is not just about responding to trends. It is a mentality that involves thinking about provenance and buying something that won't look unfashionable after just one season."
The young designers recently presented their work in Chile and also at Buenos Aires Fashion Week.
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