Monday, 5 April 2010

Alithia Spuri-Zampetti

        
 

    

I know a few of you will already be familiar with Alithia Spuri-Zampetti's work, why wouldn't you be, it's awesome... But I found a few photos by photographer Cleon Manz recently that I hadn't seen before, the four photos at the bottom, aren't they stunning?

I thought I'd include some lovely, high res catwalk images too for those of you who haven't seen her work before to bask in its intricate glory from It's Seven Project. These pieces are from her 2009 graduate collection after studying at Central St Martins in London and I'm still captured by their detail and beauty now. She's interned with Gareth Pugh, Hussein Chalayan and Alexander McQueen so expect big things from this young designer.

Time to tuck into some Lindt bunnies and mini eggs I think! Hope you've all had a lovely Easter weekend.
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  1. Ya, the work's just sick! In the oh-gosh-why-am-I-not-that-creative kind of sick. Thank for sharing the photos by C Manz, didn't know them, love the first two. xx

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  2. oh my, all of these pieces are incredibly stunning! i love the shapes, wow :)
    x

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  3. Gosh, they're so intricate. I really like it when she's encorporated the geometric drawings into the garment, like in the 3rd image.
    Those last 4 images are stunning too, especially in the black and white. It really picks out the detail.
    Enjoy your eggs. I may have to break into my 5th cream egg of this weekend!
    Clare x

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  4. This blew me away! OMG it's superbly amazing i have no idea how to describe!!. Very very creative and amazing. <3<3<3

    and ps it's the truth not a single lie in it :) :D Xxxxxx

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  5. Oooh I hadn't seen these before so thank you for posting because I LOVE this!

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  6. My first thought was that these look like they could be out of a cartoon! very unique tho...and interesting to look at!

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  7. I've never heard of her before, but Alexander McQueen is who came to mind instantly. Great work.

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  8. simply superb.i love=]

    http://randomnotesonrandomstuff.blogspot.com/

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  9. haha these are great! really inventive and original!
    lots of love from your newest follower
    xxx

    www.suyinsays-suyinloves.blogspot.com

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  10. Pure genius here! Her work is inspiring to say the least. Thanks for sharing


    xxLauren


    http://littlefashionbird.blogspot.com/

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  11. I really like the photoshoot and the origami pieces are amazing!

    Cris at
    numen-atit.blogspot.com

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  12. First time I see her work, only thing I can say is WOW :o

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  13. WOW!
    This is absolutely amazing,
    I am just speechless by the weird beauty of it!
    Thanks so much for sharing, dear.

    Mila
    x.

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  14. Wow, its like some geometrically-graphic-Aztex-themed wonderland. Awesome!

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  15. Oh I know don't you love it? It kind of reminds me of manga

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  16. oh man i've never seen these before!
    thank you very much for enlightening me,
    i love it!

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  17. this stuff is amazing, I love it!

    lovelove, M.
    http://marissaexplains.blogspot.com

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  18. Hello there. My, these photos are lovely. I saved some a while back and didn't know who they were from, so thanks! haha:)

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  19. Those pieces are brilliant! Thanks for sharing.

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  20. Those pieces are brilliant! Thanks for sharing.

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  21. Very interesting, the first one reminds me of Lady Gaga's outfit

    http://voguishblog.blogspot.com/
    x

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  22. Thanks for sharing! Im a tad obsessed with your blog and the offerings!

    Yours Truly

    WE SPY WITH MY LITTLE i

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  23. wow her designs are very impressive and unique!

    u have a great blog!
    xoxo jenna
    http://thepetiteblog.blogspot.com/

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  24. those last two photos are just it for me...

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  25. love these paper cut outs, so detailed i have no idea how they are put together! quite magical & futuristic.

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  26. too much papier.

    this is art. i love the accessory part of this line.

    the clothes seem too costumy though with the structures.

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  27. Simply amazing...I love the graphic nature of the work. Thanks for sharing someone I previously wasn't aware of!

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  28. Wooooah! I can definitely see the inspiration she drew from McQueen!! These pieces are wonderful!

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  29. looks very creative,
    how many day they works for this

    wow great creative works

    this designer awesome

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  30. This collection is freakin awsome!!

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  31. I saw her graduation show. It is great to hear she is interning with other great people. Thank you for the reminder and the great pictures.

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  32. Very interesting work, I haven't seen many that look like this at al!
    Thanks for the post!
    www.vintageavocado.etsy.com
    www.vintageavocado.blogspot.com

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  33. Very interesting collection :)

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  34. never heard of him before, but he seems to be really talented. an amazing show. thanks for sharing!

    take care.

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  35. those photos are spectacular! I love the black & white photography :)

    xo
    http://newyorkcarnival.blogspot.com/

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