Scottish designer Jonathan Saunders says the graphic architecture of London's Tate Modern inspired his spring/summer 2013 collection.
Jonathan Saunders was thrilled to show his latest collection at London's Tate Modern.
The Scottish designer was inspired by the modern art museum's simple architecture to create a graphic spring/summer 2013 collection perfect for parading down the makeshift Turbine Hall runway.
Jonathan said: ''A lot of it came from things that I love. I've always wanted to show here at the Tate Modern. There was an amazing Michael Clark performance here which is something I've always loved and been inspired by.
''I think there's a simplicity, cleanness and graphicness, that's relevant for me to work on right now. Because of the added element of toughness and sexy, I think that's important. There were so many different textile designs in that collection... It was actually more print than I've ever done.''
The master of stitch's show last month was framed by a winding, mirrored corridor to show off the clothes to their full potential.
Critics were impressed by Jonathan's signature striking geometric patterns, neon pencil skirts and shimmering metallics.
Jonathan picked up the BFC/Designer Vogue Fashion Fund earlier this year.
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