ESTHER PERBANDT (germany)

iaac Fablabbcn (spain)

The project

Esther Love PVC is the idea to take a material, which had already had one or several applications, became a waste product, and return it to the life cycle by turning it into a high premium fashion product.

Esther Perbandt

German designer who was toughened in Moscow and polished in Paris. She completed a fashion design degree at the University of Fine Arts in Berlin Germany, a European Master’s degree in Fashion and Textile Design studies at Institut Francais de la Mode. After that, she worked 1,5 years as a designer for the French fashion house “Chacok” at the Cote d’Azur, France, before returning to Berlin to launch her own fashion brand “Esther Perbandt” in January 2004.

http://estherperbandt.com/

iaac Fablabbcn

Cutting-edge education and research centre dedicated to the development of architecture capable of meeting the worldwide challenges in the construction of habitability in the early 21st century. IAAC is a platform for exchange of knowledge with faculty and students from over 40 countries, including USA, China, India, Poland, Italy, Mexico and Sudan.

https://fablabbcn.org/

ESTHER PERBANDT (germany)

THE INSTITUTE FOR ADVANCED ARCHITECTURE OF CATALONIA (spain)

The project

Esther Love PVC is the idea to take a material, which had already had one or several applications, became a waste product, and return it to the life cycle by turning it into a high premium fashion product.

Esther Perbandt

German designer who was toughened in Moscow and polished in Paris. She completed a fashion design degree at the University of Fine Arts in Berlin Germany, a European Master’s degree in Fashion and Textile Design studies at Institut Francais de la Mode. After that, she worked 1,5 years as a designer for the French fashion house “Chacok” at the Cote d’Azur, France, before returning to Berlin to launch her own fashion brand “Esther Perbandt” in January 2004.

http://estherperbandt.com/

iaac

Cutting-edge education and research centre dedicated to the development of architecture capable of meeting the worldwide challenges in the construction of habitability in the early 21st century. IAAC is a platform for exchange of knowledge with faculty and students from over 40 countries, including USA, China, India, Poland, Italy, Mexico and Sudan.

https://fablabbcn.org/