Upcycled Red Queen Outfit
Fujifilm commissioned a couple of costumed characters, to showcase during their yearly photography convention.
Goal: highlighting the super sharp definition of their latest cameras by displaying painfully intricate garments, for their audience to photograph
Theme: Alice in Wonderland
Timeline: Less than 2 weeks
We created the most detailed Red Queen cloak known to man, by working upon a reclaimed Indian bridal veil, restoring it, reshaping and recutting it, and building bigger than life shoulder pads as a cherry on top.
We also made a pearl-encrusted corset with OTT choker to boot, and because our Prangsta motto seems to be ‘More is more’, we playfully added to our creation a blinged-up flamingo, adorned with his own little metal crown.
Every single piece here involved was made out of upcycled materials, and the whole lot is now available to hire at our showroom.
Bespoke costumes for the Carbon Club (Ghana)
A new and exciting club was opening in Accra, Ghana and Prangsta were tasked with making the costumes for the club hosts. Playfull and sexy with jungle elements was the brief. We combined our classic playsuit design with some OTT jungle inspired headpieces, jewelled masks and finished the looks off with our handmade jewellry. The costumes were well received and made the press from the reports on the opening night.
Bridal with a Twist
When fashion designer extraordinaire decided to get married, she picked a very classical gown but still wanted to stand out by wearing intricate, one-of-a-kind, sustainable jewellery.
We designed this very special jewellery set, which structural work involved countless calculations to achieve perfect symmetry and beautiful sequences of shapes. Both cuffs and necklace were entirely made out of reclaimed glass beads, and was worn corseted at the back.