The Mastori*Motwary Studio announced their participation at ‘Prints! In Fashion and Costume History 1750-2000’ exhibition at the Hasselt Mode Museum in Belgium. Filep Motwary and Maria Mastori, who were also presented at 4FASHIONSHAKE, will showcase ‘Nuptialis’, couture dress at the Hasselt Mode Museum along with other creations by Hermes, Emilio Pucci, Dries Van Noten.
Printed textile is a decorative art form, used for interiors as well as for clothing. In contemporary fashion there is a variety of prints, depending on trends, which vary from references to historical patterns (landscapes, floral and bucolic figures) to innovative, experimental motifs. Printed textile became the trademark of designers such as Emilio Pucci, Dries Van Noten, Hermès (carré) and Missoni.
The exhibition starts on June 25th and ends on January 1st.
Visit filepmotwary.com for more information.
Photography: Thanassis Krikis
Styling: Nicholas Georgiou
Hair: Thanos Samaras (interview at OZON)
Make-up: Yiorgos Chatziioannides.