My name is Roksanda Ilincic and today I'm a guest of V&A Fashion in Motion project.
Fashion in Motion - the name of it - I tried to push even further and introduce some ballet dancers as well, rather than just having the models. And what I tried to do is really combine this beautiful space, beautiful building and the history of the V&A with something that I do. And mix fashion, really, with paintings and Raphael and this beautiful space.
Q: Could we just have some reaction to today's V&A Fashion in Motion?
A: Sure. I loved it. It was really beautiful. I loved the clothes. I've been using them for inspiration for some of my univeristy work. I liked the use of the ballet in it as well, it really showed off the movement of the clothes and they were just beautiful.
A: Really enjoyed it. We weren't sure whether we were going to be able to get in because there weren't enough tickets, but we did get some returns. We thought it was fantastic. Really enjoyed it. What do you think, girls?
A: The flowers and the ruching - I found that was really good.
A: I didn't know the designer at all myself - I thought her work was lovely, really beautiful, very feminine, soft and fluid.
A: I liked the people with the plastic clothes.
Q: Did you see the big high heels as well? Really tall, weren't they? What do you make of those? Do you think you'd fall over if you were wearing those?
Q: Did you enjoy it?
A: I liked the dresses because they were beautiful.
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