Designer Yvette Yang has kept her eyes on the runway for years, but not for the reasons you’d expect. The Korean-born, Paris-based artist has been creating a series of Fashion Fonts for six years now, (we first reviewed them back in 2010) thoughtfully crafting pieces into every letter of the alphabet season after season.
“Fashion-Font shows it’s trends of each season,” states the artist, who crafts each collage by hand. “Generally font is just a word and becomes a sentence or a paragraph when it’s added, so it delivers a story and a message. The concept ‘Image is message’ is always maintained in [the] project, which makes the work visually more attractive and meaningful.” Take a look at her interpretation of F/W 2013 below, plus some of her past greatest hits.