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“Hoof 3” Headwear

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Description

“Hoof 3” is a unisex headwear model created as a part of a 3-piece headwear collection, “Hello ODD”, in 2018. The collection focuses on recognisable headwear shapes that accentuate authority – bringing them into the everyday world to be worn and empower the wearer.

The headwear piece is designed to be worn in different positions: back to front, tilted to the side, or any other position found suitable. The block of this headwear model is hand-carved, the material is black rabbit fur felt and lining viscose gross-grain ribbon. It is suitable for head circumference 56-59.

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Full dimensions (cm)

23x21x12

Weight (kg)

0.1

Material

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Production Year

2018

Color

Designer: Adrikorn Artefacts SKU: 72066 Categories: , , Tags: ,

Additional information

Full dimensions (cm)

23x21x12

Weight (kg)

0.1

Material

,

Production Year

2018

Color

The designer

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Adrikorn Artefacts
Kadi Adrikorn is an Estonian fashion designer, mainly creating headwear and wearable items under the name Adrikorn Artefacts. Her focus is to create designs that are noticeable, practical, and give the wearer a different presence. She has observed that headwear is a powerful item that can affect the wearer by changing their body posture and overall emotional and psychological state. By that, influencing also others around, rising curiosity and giving attention and mystification. She uses participatory design methods like cultural probes as a design research tool, to collect data and inform her design process to create adaptable and multi-wearable garments and headwear. In her practice-led research, she is curious to find answers to the following question – “how wearing certain garments affect a person?” - both internally and externally. Her motivation is to create design pieces that can be used as a trigger to empower and transform the wearer, in their everyday lives. She holds a BA degree from Tallinn University of Applied Sciences as a technical apparel designer, MA degree from Estonian Academy of Arts fashion design, and studied scenography in the Warsaw Academy of Fine Arts. Her background as a technical designer and attending to millinery course was a stepping stone to discover the interest of headwear, where she unites architectural forms into wearable items.

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