Hannah Soukup brings a multidimensional approach to apparel design by combining traditional and unconventional techniques using innovative materials and technologies to transform ideas into provocative, and intriguing wearable experiences. She is a futuristic thinker and passionate ideator with her process deeply rooted in material research and experimentation, evolving ideas through draping and sculpting on the body to bring to life intimate interactions with the garments and realities. Her conceptually driven work explores a breadth of artistic disciplines inspired by the opportunities found within multi-disciplinary collaboration.
Hannah Soukup completed her BFA in Apparel Design at the Rhode Island School of Design, graduating with honors in 2013. She has worked as an apprentice for Chado Ralph Rucci and Iris van Herpen, honing her depth of exploration of technique and craftsmanship in Haute Couture and broad technical skills. She is a CFDA approved recipient and she has shown her work as a finalist for The Supima Design Competition at Lincoln Center, New York Mercedes Benz Fashion Week and the International 3D Print Show in Paris and New York.