Edmond Leung Canyon is the third generation of canyon series. Its has only a single shoulder piece and also a small piece on the other side wrist.
The special feature of this generation is we have developed a LED light in side. And the LED light could change color anytime or control to be any. But finally we have chose green and white as it match the background of Edmond Leung concert.
Kitty Wong - Canyon Stephanie - 江門站演唱會 Angie Shum " Wait and See" official Video
Canyon Generation 1 is our first 3D print Fashion. its design and shape are inspired from America Canyon Style.
Canyon Generation 1 has been used for a famous Hong Kong singer for her official MV - Angie Shum
3D Print technology becomes more and more trendy and popular in fashion design aspect. And we could foreseen that in the future, 3D printing would be a great important part in fashion design.
謝安琪 - ( 拾回數愛世界巡迴演唱會2015 )
Stylist/designer: Inggrad, Crush Association ;
Constructed by Portion Studio
The main structure come from thousand of cylindrical shape with 4 mm diameter. Because of the weak structure, we have added a coating to strength the plastic.
The materials we used cannot be ABS/ PLA or Resin as before. We use Nylon as it has a flexible and strong materials properties. Some of the cylindrical are transparent in color and some are white. So as to make it more futuristic.
Mandy Yo - Fade Scape
Fade Scape is a collection inspired by the multiple exposures in photographic effects for initiating superimposition of several exposures to create a single image with complex silhouettes. Various elements altered and blended to be underlaid and overlaid over each other to construct a mesmerizing mood. The imprecision and accidental excitements of the abstract images transformed into this knitwear collection.
The key feature include combination of Merino wool knits and felts with digital printed organza; exquisite interlacing loop structures using SLA 3D-printing technology; creative use of knitting stitches and textiles manipulations; and Dramatic effect derived from the abstract superimposed images.