Kevin Kramp, a young designer born in Minnesota and based in London, has just presented a collection of his amorphous, highly conceptual and colorful knitwear at this year’s International Talent Support (ITS) in Trieste, Italy (you find a couple of pictures of the presentation on Zoot magazine). With the collection he has won the “Modateca Award”, a prize sponsored by Deanna Ferretti, whose knitwear company produces for Kenzo, Yves Saint Laurent and Maison Martin Margiela. Kramp got his BA in Fashion Design and Knitwear at London’s Central St. Martins College of Art and Design in 2009, some of his works are currently exhibited at the “Unravel” knitwear exhibition at Antwerp’s MoMu. For more background information about him check out his portrait in the “Talent” section of Vogue Italy online, his profile on Not Just A Label and this interview on the conceptual dimension of his work for more background. Since Kramp’s website is down at the moment the pictures posted here I have collected from several different websites, this is why the sizes differ. All images courtesy ACM Photography + Kevin Kramp.