Born in France, but a Londoner at heart, Camille Walala designed Marella ART.365 collection for Spring/Summer 2019, combining alluring designs, innovative style and, for the very first time, colour.
“The Marella ART.365 collection is known for its black and white designs, so brining colour into the picture was quite a challenge! It’s been so much fun blending my own style with the collection’s established aesthetic. The result is a playful mix of colourful patterns and colour-block motifs”.
The project showed up for the very first time during Milan Fashion Week 2019. For Marella brand this collaboration is quite a new thing. Color is something that has never been used before; The Marella ART.365 collection is known for its black and white designs, so brining colour into the picture was quite a challenge! […] The result is a playful mix of colourful patterns and colour.
Camilla Walala is well-known for digital pop style and colorful pattern. For NYCxDesign 2018 she made a mural on the façade of a historic building in Brooklyn’s Industry city. Camille Walala is a london-based textile, graphic and interior designer influenced by the memphis movement, the Ndebele tribe and optical art master vasarely. Her signature tribal pop style present a boundless energy that work perfectly for show-stopping and social spaces – ‘the bigger the better.’
For the Marella ART.365 collection, Camille Walala created six models covered in patterns , distinctive and hypnotic.