#TEAMVIBS: SAY HI TO TISCAR!
Fresh wind from western Europe brimming over with the typical spanish temperament - that’s our next studio intern and drawing guru, Tiscar. Read more about her in the second part of our interview series and find out what she recommends for Christmas.
Hey Tiscar! Tell us something more about you and your background?
I come from the south of Spain. I was lucky to be born in a creative family which helped me find and experiment with my inner creativity. So, I decided to study Fashion Design in Madrid a few years ago. Before I came here, I was working in different Spanish brands and tailors.
So how did you end up in fashion?
I have a great interest in the different forms of expression that human beings have in all the creative languages. I found in fashion design an amazing way to experiment and play with the creation of forms, volumes... I believe that the most interesting part of fashion is the creative act: the work of dressing the human body but with an idea or a concept that justifies or makes sense to the form that we generate.
I like this search from which forms and creations emerge sometimes provoked, sometimes
What brought you to Henrik Vibskov? Is there any particular reason why did you decide to apply?
I decided to apply for HV because I was always interested in the work or the brand. I like
how they look for new garments forms and its esthetic sense in the designs and
constructions. I also admire how they understand fashion more than an industry; its more
related to the culture and the art world. Now, that im here learning everyday, I understand that is the best choice that i could take!
Tell us a secret from the studio? We won’t tell Henrik. Misong has the answer (scroll down to find out)
How do you like Copenhagen so far? Any favorite spots to recommend?
I enjoy this city a lot. Copenhagen has something that you can’t explain with words. I can feel inspired everywhere. It has all different kind of art, music, design, culture, people... I just enjoy only walking around its charming streets.
Favorite spots: Atelier September, Absalon, and for sure, Den Plettede Gris (hihihi)