Akris Punto — Textiledesign and Development for Akris AG, Switzerland , 2011 – ongoing
Akris Punto

Digital print for the Akris Punto collection, summer 2019

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Akris Punto

Sketch for the Akris Punto collection, summer 2019

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Akris Punto

Drawing of the Anemone print for the winter 2018 collection

© Claudia Caviezel

Akris Punto

Colour sketch of the Anemone print for the winter 2018 collection

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Akris Punto

Colour sketch of the Anemone print for the winter 2018 collection

© Akris AG, Switzerland

Akris Punto

Anemone print for the winter 2018 collection

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Akris Punto

Homage to Man Ray rayograph with Claudia Caviezel's hands for the winter 2015 collection

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Akris Punto

Digital print on wool mousseline with the same print as catwalk backdrop

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Akris Punto

Sticky dots on paper, print for the summer 2018 collection

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Akris Punto

Sticky dots on paper, print for the summer 2018 collection

© Akris AG, Switzerland

Akris Punto

Sticky dots on paper, print for the summer 2018 collection

© Akris AG, Switzerland

Akris Punto

Sticky dots on paper, print for the summer 2018 collection

© Akris AG, Switzerland

Akris Punto

Sticky dots on paper, print for the summer 2018 collection

© Akris AG, Switzerland

Akris Punto

Sticky dots on paper, print for the summer 2018 collection

© Akris AG, Switzerland

Akris Punto

Sticky dots on paper, print for the summer 2018 collection

© Akris AG, Switzerland

Akris Punto

Textiledesign and Development

Inspired by polka dot aprons sewn by AKRIS Creative Director Albert Kriemler's grandmother who founded the luxury Swiss-based fashion company in 1922, the PUNTO Collection includes references to puntos in contemporary art such as Sigmar Polke's famous dot matrices. Under the mentorship of Kriemler, Claudia Caviezel's designs for the company follow Kriemler's ethos of creative couture interpreted through the craft of the handmade and inspired by fine art.

  • for Akris AG, Switzerland

  • 2011 – ongoing

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