There are certain elements of fashion design that make them stand out, in the case of Scarlett Smith–the purity of line, the clarity of execution, the luxury of integrity are those indisputable characteristics.
I met Amanda Scarlett-Smith at a fashion event for an emerging San Francisco designer, she mentioned she was a fashion designer as well, and we planned to keep in touch. Serendipitously, we ran into each other several months later on the street. Amanda told me about her Spring/Summer 2015 collection based on the Japanese art of wrapping, and that she was a designer in residence at the Fashion Incubator San Francisco (FiSF). I was extremely intrigued by the concept. I have been been keenly aware of Japanese design and esthetic concepts since studying interior design. We planned for a visit to FiSF.
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