Thursday 10 November 2011

Technique, design and a whole lot more

Is exactly what newly graduated Michelle Wadskjær from the Margrethe School can offer. Her sense for modern design paired with good skills is what truly completes her garments, latest in her graduation collection Skeleton Pleats, where she combines a special pleat technique to redefine the body and bring focus to what lies beneath the clothes, but in a very dressed, non-vulgar though incredibly sensual way. These are points that in my opinion makes her very worthy of the Benedikte (the Danish Queen's sister) award and hopefully we will see a lot more to this amazing talent.

With the special pleat technique, Michelle achieved to bring focus to the human bone structure, for instance this dress has the detail on the back giving focus to the spine.
Michelle Wadskjær together with her creations at Laugenes annual show.

All photos by me. All rights reserved.


  1. pretty things on display :). Thanks for sharing!

  2. RIGTIG FED BLOG! Håber du vil kig forbi min og evt. blive fast læser!

  3. Uha, dejligt outfit den første! :-) Fantastisk blog.

  4. Wow!
    These are fabulous dresses!
    I love it!

    I stumbled across your blog. I like the pictures you posted.
    Cared in following blogs via GFC?
    Check out my blog, let me know if you like it, maybe
    we can follow each other. Looking forward to see you there. Thanks!

  5. We love this outfit!.. Wonderful!..

    Much love from the SABO SKIRT girls!


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