I’m Arley Torres (39) from Peru married to Gianni and mother to Giulietta, Micaela, Gianmaria and baby Candela. All of...

In these designs I have added elements that I have always wanted to experiment. This is texture, I have always been inspired by texture that can be found in my cultures clothing. Such as colourful patterns and the joy of fabric manipulation such as the Vortex technique and patchwork too.

On this ladies cream and Black garment, I was inspired by Dior and the new very popular look in 1947 and the Vortex of Shingo Sato. The skirt is made with leather and the denim jacket. This design is a mixture of many elements that I love to work with, which is texture and volume with the touch of colour of the red printed lining. I wanted to bring a fresh new suitable look and I wanted to experiment work with ladies garments to be able to learn more about different kinds of markets and from there to create a better and wide portfolio.

This kids Mustard jump-suit was made for a capsule collection, this piece was made with organic Corduroy, screen printed jersey lining, and a rusty red top with organic jersey. These garments were inspired by the traditional kids wear designs and also by the patterns of the Shipibo indigenous of Peru. I wanted to introduce the vision that I have always had in mind for this project in creating a sustainable traditional kids wear collection.

This outfit was made for my FMP kids wear Sustainable Collection. In order to produce this collection I have chosen elements to make it possible to achieve that such as, for the dungaree I have used blue corduroy (dead stock), was a zero waste design, the patchwork was made from scrap pieces of fabric, the mustard lining-organic jersey and the cuffs-organic corduroy was made with my own personal dead-stock. I have designed the print of the top by using Eco-friendly inks, and was inspired by the patters of the Shipibo tribe from Peru. I also accessorised with a zero waste scarf designed with scraps of fabrics. This collection allows me to visualise more the idea to start my own sustainable kids wear brand.

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In these designs I have added elements that I have always wanted to experiment. This is texture, I have always been inspired by texture that can be found in my cultures clothing. Such as colourful patterns and the joy of fabric manipulation such as the Vortex technique and patchwork too.

On this ladies cream and Black garment, I was inspired by Dior and the new very popular look in 1947 and the Vortex of Shingo Sato. The skirt is made with leather and the denim jacket. This design is a mixture of many elements that I love to work with, which is texture and volume with the touch of colour of the red printed lining. I wanted to bring a fresh new suitable look and I wanted to experiment work with ladies garments to be able to learn more about different kinds of markets and from there to create a better and wide portfolio.

This kids Mustard jump-suit was made for a capsule collection, this piece was made with organic Corduroy, screen printed jersey lining, and a rusty red top with organic jersey. These garments were inspired by the traditional kids wear designs and also by the patterns of the Shipibo indigenous of Peru. I wanted to introduce the vision that I have always had in mind for this project in creating a sustainable traditional kids wear collection.

This outfit was made for my FMP kids wear Sustainable Collection. In order to produce this collection I have chosen elements to make it possible to achieve that such as, for the dungaree I have used blue corduroy (dead stock), was a zero waste design, the patchwork was made from scrap pieces of fabric, the mustard lining-organic jersey and the cuffs-organic corduroy was made with my own personal dead-stock. I have designed the print of the top by using Eco-friendly inks, and was inspired by the patters of the Shipibo tribe from Peru. I also accessorised with a zero waste scarf designed with scraps of fabrics. This collection allows me to visualise more the idea to start my own sustainable kids wear brand.

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