Ines Mourao

Ines Mourao

Fashion DesignerUnited Kingdom
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Ines Mourao

Ines Mourao

Fashion DesignerUnited Kingdom
About me
Inês Mourão is an ambitious and multidisciplinary designer with a background in fine arts. Studied Fine Arts in high school which initiated her creative career and influenced her future projects, as well as a creative upbringing of ballet, violin and painting classes and theatre. Originally from the north of Portugal, Inês moved to Cambridge, in 2017 to attend university. Being exposed to a new culture and way of living allowed her to develop her perspective of this industry and acquire new skills. Her projects explore gender equality and empowerment - merging feminine and masculine, artificial and organic, testing the boundaries of garment construction and its functionality. Inês uses the human body as inspiration, offering different perspectives on it, questioning its strengths, fragility, and limits. The most distinctive aspect of her design identity is the constant use of tailoring and experimentation with unique materials, unconventional to fashion and fabric manipulation and print
  • VELVET Magazine May issue
    VELVET Magazine May issueCollaboration with Velvet Magazine to style the spring photoshoot for the May issue. The shoot was done at Madingley Hall Cambridge and the clothes were provided by Bowns Boutique in Cambridge.
    DUALITATEMDUALITATEM | S/S 20/21 Dualitatem celebrates "imperfections" and empowers women to commemorate difference and her individual uniqueness. The nude body and nature are merged and distorted in digital prints that represent both strength and vulnerability of the female form. Masculine tailoring blended with feminine corsets and gathering, combined with palettes of pink, nudes, contrasting with deep reds and browns.
    ONLY HUMANONLY HUMAN / A|W 20|21 RTW/ WOMENSWEAR COLLECTION Only Human represents strong young woman celebrating nudity and breaking down society's sexual objectification. Sheer and lightweight fabrics showcasing femininity while unconventional materials in fashion mimic the body: skin, flesh and bones. The suit as the garment inspiration embodies a protective armour. Shades of nude, pink and brown balanced with hints of red.
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Work history
    Photoshoot StylistVelvet Magazine Cambridge
     - Madingley, Cambridge CB23 8AQ, UKPart Time
    • Reaching to Velvet’s Magazine fashion editor to propose a collaboration for my university project. • Contact Cambridge’s local boutiques, alongside Velvet’s fashion contributor, to select outfits to be featured in the Spring shoot. Select the boutique and put together the looks for the models to wear. • Create the mood boards for hair/make-up, styling concept and photography direction • Contact the boutique owner to ensure the outfits are packed and ready to be collected on the day of the shoot. • Styling the outfit as well as assisting the make-up artist and hairstylist on the day of the shoot to be suitable for the theme
    Atelier AsssistantEmilio de la Morena
     - London, United KingdomInternship
    • Client packing dresses for final delivery, ensuring the dresses are packed to the highest standard following style of Emilio de La Morena • Handwork - Such as covering hook and eyes, attaching lables • Organizing clothes for the Showrooms ensuring it has all the necessary labels • Ensuring the atelier is kept organized and tidy, being on hand to assist seamstress's find haberdashery and have a good understanding of where everything is stored at the Atelier • Assisting with fittings • Cutting and patternmaking
  • Womenswear Design
  • Textiles Design
  • Digital Print
  • Editorial Styling
  • Fashion Assistant
  • Sewing
  • Moodboard Creation
  • Pattern Cutting
  • Technical Drawing
  • Laser Cutting
    BA(Hons) Fashion DesignAnglia Ruskin University
     - Cambridge, United Kingdom
    Fine ArtCamilo Castelo Branco High school
     - Vila Real, Portugal