Yesterday's post analysed in depth "Achille's Echo", the new project by knitwear designer Xavier Brisoux. The designs mentioned in that post - "Ache Healing" and "Heel Ache" - have just been unveiled at the Cité Internationale de la Dentelle et de la Mode, in Calais, France.
This brief post celebrates them and hopes to inspire people to ponder a bit more about the concept of knitwear as "Haute Maille" and the endless possibilities offered by this art.
Brisoux' pieces are part of a wider installation, a retrospective celebrating the 10th anniversary of the Franco-Belgian fashion competition "Vitrine pour un designer", a design event focused on developing a wide range of ambitious projects revolving around textiles, fabrics and fibres.
The event at the Cité Internationale de la Dentelle et de la Mode, features the eight finalist projects of the 6th "Vitrine pour un designer" edition and the winners of the previous editions, and will be on until 11th March 2018.
All images in this post courtesy of Xavier Brisoux.