Interview - SVenner
Iconic use of Seabiscuit the 1930's racehorse as a guideline of her graduate collection, SVenner introduces a unique silhouette with distinctive details. Pure lines and a combination of fabrics accentuates a contemporary aspect of the jockey outfit, deeply modern. Sarah explores the eccentricity through the minimalism, the sportswear through the classicism.
"How can you express the soul of your garments ?"
"For me, my clothes always encompass a strong silhouette, an unusual combination of fabrics and reflects the state of mind that I am in by the ideal I am inspired.
Although on the outside of the clothing they are pushing the boundaries, from the beginning of construction they are made using traditional techniques that are only now used on Savile Row, giving them the essence of London, making them stand the test of time"
"What makes you believe in Fashion ?"
"The excitement of the future within menswear and being apart of the revolution of the success of allowing men to have as much fun in fashion as women; enables me to believe in fashion and keep pushing the boundaries in every collection I do"