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Claudia Escobar

Edinburgh, Leith, Great Britain

Designer (Clothing)

Member since June 06, 2010

  • Alpaca_copper_132_

    Salmon skin design/salmon skin jeans ,fashion designer Claudia Escobar Copyright © 2010. This are jeans made in salmon skin in the year 2001, by fashion designer Claudia Escobar . They are part of the ongoing collection for SKINI london, founded in London in the year 2003, pioneer in the use of salmon skins for clothing. They were made using recycled salmon skins in Chile, as part of a national project called " Lights of Chile ",in which Claudia was Creative director. This salmon skin jeans are part of claudias ongoing collection and are made to order and bespoke. orders at ;

  • Salmon_dress_132_

    This is a salmon skin dress, the first dress to be created using salmon skins ,by fashion designer Claudia Escobar in Chile the year 2002. Using a technique that sculpts on the body the shape desired. The technique embraces the quality of the skin and makes it work to the benefit of the overall design. Salmon skin dress Haute couture , recycled and sustainable fashion. Salmon skin has been pioneered and promoted worldwide by fashion designer Claudia Escobar and has "inspired" other designers to use this amazing skin.

    Model : Claudia Del Pin Designer : Claudia Escobar

  • Copper_shawl_177_

    Copper shawl /Faraday cage effect . Photo model : Pamela Bahre contact Papa Wes'ray TM

  • Copper_veil_177_

    Copper shawls created and designed by fashion designer Claudia Escobar are handmade to order .

    Knitted to order by a group of urban Scottish women.

    Price on aplication and contact at : /

    They are not only beautiful and inspiring but carry benefitial health qualities to them, as explained below :

    A Faraday cage, Faraday shield or Hoffman Box is an enclosure formed by conducting material or by a mesh of such material. Such an enclosure blocks out external static electric fields. Faraday cages are named after the English scientist Michael Faraday, who invented them in 1836.[1]

    A Faraday cage's operation depends on the fact that an external static electrical field will cause the electrical charges within the cage's conducting material to redistribute themselves so as to cancel the field's effects in the cage's interior. This phenomenon is used, for example, to protect electronic equipment from lightning strikes and other electrostatic discharges.

    Faraday cages cannot block static and slowly varying magnetic fields, such as Earth's magnetic field (a compass will still work inside). To a large degree though, they also shield the interior from external electromagnetic radiation if the conductor is thick enough and any holes are significantly smaller than the radiation's wavelength. For example, certain computer forensic test procedures of electronic components or systems that require an environment devoid of electromagnetic inte...

  • Recycled fashion/FAIR DESIGN

    Arts & Culture, Fashion Design


    Tradition, innovation and sustainability Concepts that are amalgamated under the idea of FAIR DESIGN (c) . FAIR DESIGN (c) occurs when in the line of development and production of a specific design/object , the market profit generated is shared fairly between those involved in the making of it. This is particularly vital when it comes to preserve traditional makings in sustainable ways.

    Example :

    A = Designer - design/sketch/innovation - cost £ ? B = maker - manufacture/tradition - cost £40

    C = materials - materials / marketing design - cost £30

    D = Object total cost £ 70 + ?
    ? = market sale price ( set by designer or label ) For case study purpose , lets say it will be £ 210

    FAIR DESIGN A + B + C = D D = Total cost D % 2 - C = fair design A = £ 75 B = £ 75 C = £ 30

    I have been working under this concept for many years now . I would like your opinions in this matter .

    See you soon claudia

Fashion design as a tool to overcome poverty

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My Interests

  • Industrial Design
  • Environmental Design
  • Communication Design
  • Fashion Design
  • Audio/Visual Design