Hi, I'm Nayeon Lee. So I enrolled in De Montfort University's BA Footwear Course in order to realise my ambition. I learnt detailed disciplines such as biomechanics and bespoke while attending this school, and I discovered my style through partnering with many firms and learning how to balance styles.
And when I was in third year, I noticed that I was more interested in feminization since I could design whatever I wanted, and designing became more fun. I also spent a lot of time using CAD applications like Photoshop, Illustrator, Procreate, Indesign, and Nomad, so I was able to improve the quality of the last project and finish it in a good mood. I like retro or entirely different future-oriented designs better than commercial designs, so when working on this project, I tried my best to become a commercial design line. In addition, I tend to pay close attention to the details.
As for my inspiration, I am more inclined towards retro style and virtual reality when pursuing a design, and I try to adopt a lot of ideas from abstract subjects or contents. I normally choose inspiration by considering the present scenario and the message I wish to communicate. As a result, I'm not frequently inspired by material items.
The musical instrument (cymatic) that uses sound waves was my inspiration for this project. When people played the violin, I wanted to portray the movement and trembling of the line, so I came up with this. Cymatics is the science of translating sounds into images, and its name comes from the Ancient Greek word "wave." To put it another way, how matter reacts to sound, shapes, and patterns is not known.
Consumers will be guided to a healthier lifestyle by shoes with pedometers. When you connect with the brand's virtual reality world, points build as you move about, and after you've accumulated enough, you may spend them in real life. Because shoes are constantly something to wear, you can check them more accurately than anywhere else.