Knitwear

Amaranthe Frost

Amaranthe is a womenswear designer who has recently side-stepped into knitwear, wanting to apply her understanding of silhouette, drape and tailoring to it. Perhaps approaching knitwear in a way that is more traditionally associated with ready-to-wear, she has a unique and unusual point of view, blurring the boundaries between what is woven and what is knitted with the hope and want to find something new.  

Contact

amaranthe.frost@network.rca.ac.uk

Sponsors

Burberry Design Scholarship

Collecting : Collections made from Collections

"Dressing Up at Mum's" — Initial research. Dressing up in my Mum's collections with my Mum and sister Halcyon. Summer 2019.

Mr Whippy : My Choice, My Taste.

Polaroid 32

"The Line Up that could have been.” — The pre-Covid vision.

"Working in a Vacuum.” — Designed for a world that changed over night. Protecting and preserving.

"The Fashion Show." — I love the fashion show. We were meant to have one. I wanted one. So I did one. But one for this weird new world. Directed by Me Edited by Hugo Richardson

"The Private View." — The private view I had, the private view that only my Mum saw and went to. Photos by Penny Moore.

In the house that made me, with the women that raised me.

Medium:

Lambswool, Nylon, Leather, Wool, Cashmere
Approach To Knit
Collections
Conceptual
Fashion
feminity
Gender
isolation
Knit
Knitwear Technique
Sustainable
Tailoring
Social
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