Tina Gorjanc Moment Conceptual fashion collection
Moment Conceptual fashion collection is Silver Design Award winner in 2014 - 2015 Fashion, Apparel and Garment Design Award Category.
Moment Conceptual fashion collection

The conceptual fashion collection has been conceived as the result of a personal theoretical construing of time. It resulted in an independent interpretation of timelessness which launches the project in a new way into the world of design. It is not based only on the subjective comprehension of the historical and sociological background which is usually attributed to objects, but also interprets their independence from time through the very form of the garments. The final product is thus a collection which simulates the frozen moment and the impact of external factors on textile fabric.

Moment Conceptual fashion collection
Tina Gorjanc Moment
Tina Gorjanc Conceptual fashion collection
Tina Gorjanc design
Tina Gorjanc design
Tina Gorjanc

I believe that designers have the responsibility to make progress and contribute to a variety of fields, such as materials, methods, products, sustainability, systems, ethics, etc. They have the obligation to move the design development in the right direction. However, the decision regarding what the right direction actually is depends purely on the designer him/herself.

Department of Textile, University Of Natural Science, Ljubljana, Slovenia

The Department of Textiles offers undergraduate, taught postgraduate and guided research programmes in the Design of Textiles and Clothing. The basic objective of the Bachelor of Arts programme is to prepare qualified graduates for independent and unique industrial design work, as well as to ensure adequate fundamentals for postgraduate education in textile and clothing design. The study programme combines both textile technological and design skills, hence it draws on both basic natural sciences and artistic knowledge. Both the design of textiles and the design of clothing are studied. In postgraduate studies graduates gain the necessary expertise in a more narrow design field, leading to a Master of Arts degree in Design of Textiles and Clothing. Research areas include textile and fashion design, industrial textile and clothing production and marketing, technical textiles and clothing, art textiles, interior textiles, national textile heritage, textile technology, graphic technology, costume design. sociology and philosophy. Other activities of this Department include publishing, textile archival work, expert opinions, advisory work, exhibitions and fashion shows, expert conferences, professional continuing education, open university and business services, students' and professors' exchange and collaborations. The Department collaborates on various projects with the Academy of Fine Arts and Design and the Faculty of Architecture, University of Ljubljana as well as with other faculties.