In the 2067 project, students develop a vision of the future for the apparel industry. In collaboration and with reference to the company Marc O`Polo, visions of the future for the year 2067 are developed and implemented.The renowned fashion photographer Max Stürmer stages the collections in collaboration with the students.
Students are exploring the theme of LOGO as part of the LPJ Fine Arts project. Part of the assignment is to place the letters LPJ as a jacquard, intarsia or print on a garment. Students will design and create a collection based on various machine and hand knitting techniques. There are no limits to creativity in this project either!LPJ Fine Arts is responsible for all projects and promotes the students on the LPJ STUDIOS website.Renowned fashion photographer Patrick Houi stages the resulting models.
Using a given color palette of reds, students in the LPJ Fine Arts project develop a knitwear-based collection on the theme of ZENSUAL with a focus on sustainability and haptics. Introspection, reflection and slow fashion play a role in research, experimentation and implementation. The yarns are sponsored by Topservice; a well-known knitting agency that develops and produces knitwear collections for many high-end international companies.The renowned fashion photographer Max Stürmer stages the collections in collaboration with the students.
In the summer semester 2019, students work with the theme MONSTROUS. In doing so, they confront and process their own fears and experiences, the inhuman or heinously evil and wrong, to childhood memories of friendly or scary monsters. A mood of uncertainty and threat that is in the air is picked up. A little later, the Corona pandemic starts. In cooperation with LPJ STUDIOS and the international company Südwolle - the world's largest and leading yarn manufacturer for merino wool - sculptural knitted body objects, accessories and shoes are created. A selection of the results will be exhibited in...
For the semester theme BASE4FUTURE, the students reinterpret the basics of the fashion company Maerz and integrate their personal signature into the looks. The focus is particularly on surface and haptics, with which the students experiment. Particularly interesting structures from art, architecture, nature, technology or fashion serve as inspiration for the outfits. Maerz Munich donates current high-quality yarns for this purpose, which are used for collections. These are discontinued yarns or residual colors.The renowned fashion photographer Maria Dominika Vogt stages the resulting outfits in collaboration with the students.