Kwok Hei Tung

Contact:
heiitun.kwok@gmail.com
University/School:
Nottingham Trent University
Location:
Nottingham
Specialism:
Accessory DesignBuyingFashion DesignHeritage & CultureWomenswear
About Me

Heitung Kwok is graduate from Nottingham Trent University

Heitung Kwok was screening out the truly special things that spur to herself in nostalgia, inspired by Michael Wolf’s photograph, this project draws on the disappearing but very authentic Hong Kong culture, the Hong Kong corner houses.

My overall collection shapes are sticking out mixed with curvy surface and structured outline, also full of origami element, contains the most primitive attachment method inspired from my drawings related to takeaway boxes. I have also explored into different patterns in my drawings and introduce the potential one into my collection. This then drew me to experience varietal developments of the print could be particularly the ordered color blocks. From this evaluation I derived my print to be different version application for each products.

INSPIRATION

Whilst studying in a foreign country, I realized that I have become more sentimental.

I started looking back and has been to nostalgia. I want to point out conception of nostalgia is a sense of security to rely on, and protection is for achieving psychological comfort and emotional comfort. I want to point out conception of nostalgia is a sense of security to rely on, and protection is for achieving psychological comfort and emotional comfort. I designed some simplified and more futuristic protection products to express the protected reaction in the process.

In my collection, I designed some simplified and more futuristic protection products to express the protected reaction in the process.

MY WORK

PORTFOLIOS

DETAIL

Metal hardware is another inspirational feature from my initial drawing

I see old things have the makings of multi-variate results. Using metal frames, straps or components to modernize and complimenting tying together the finished look.

Authenticity doesn’t just mean reliving to the past: it means using it to find a new ways of living - maybe new kinds of progress...
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