Project Runway Winner Erin Robertson who won the 2016 Season 15 is what I call a true designer. Erin isn’t in it for the money, she’s in it to make what moves her and makes her heart sing. Making money will come as a result of speaking her truth and following her instincts.
With a bit of fashion training under her belt, Erin just dove in head first to her Project Runway assignments. Erin shares some of the ups and downs of being on the show and how hard it was to always be on camera (except while in the loo where she went from time to time to think quietly).
Erin has recently launched her own website and brand. Erin plans to design what makes sense to her and avoid the pitfalls of throwing together a ready-to-wear line just to say it’s in stores.
She wants her collections and special designs to be bought and worn by those who love her clothes for the reasons she creates them.
Join me and Erin for our lively chat where her honestly and vision shine through. You just know she is going places!
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Erin Robertson is an_artist and designer interlaced in Provo, Utah. Robertson was embroidered upon Boston, Massachusetts in 2005, and by (2011) she had stitched herself into the Massachusetts College of Art and Design, where she was bound to study Fashion and Fiber Art, and where her work was well-suited to the tastes of the CFDA Scholarship award committee. In 2016, Robertson made a seamless transition to the cast of Project Runway Season 15 – and didn’t fold under pressure in her pursuit of victory. She made it work – the fun way.
Pinned nowadays to her newly-drafted studio headquarters, Robertson yokes together a tight-knit community of interdisciplinary / multimedia artist friends in Boston. Needled by looming environmental and political issues, she threads sustainable works in collaboration and dialogue with the world-class hub of innovation, MIT. At the apex of art and technology, lies the greatest point of cultural leverage & necessary invention. Like the mythological seamstress Arachne, an Erin’s tapestry is simultaneously satirical & sublime – a serious joke.
Robertson’s work – intricate, amusing, with perversely sophisticated appeal, seeks to surprise and delight. Surfaces shimmer with intentionally exaggerated sculptural embellishments that weave an almost self-satirical skein of coded logic, tailored to the female gaze.
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