Ziggy Chen - S/S 2017

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Shanghai based designer, Ziggy Chen, capture the beauty of the surrounding into own work. Evolving cultures, styles, old vs. modern... everything is implemented in each piece he creates. This approach echoes the Chinese philosophy of Tao: the concept of Taoist duality and interdependence; represent the greatest vision of this artist.
Here is the presentation of his latest collection of S/S 2017.

Photo: Ziggy Chen


Barbara I Gongini - S/S 2017

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Another amazing, deconstructed and asymmetrical collection comes from Barbara I Gongini for SS 2017.
The collection is  a great reflection of the company’s DNA, which is to focus on the individual and not on any of the labels by which people are usually classified by. The pieces are both strong and hold a polarized color palette, which is unusual for the spring season, blacks, grays and whites accompany what is a gloomy and elegant parade of exquisite art pieces.

Full collection: Copenhagen Fashion Week, Nordic Style

DZHUS - "Nihilism" A/W 2016

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Amazing, young, and talented Ukrainian designer, Irina Dzhus recently presented collection for upcoming season of A/W 2016 entitled "Nihilism."
Contradicting the today's fashion trends, DZHUS created a collection that allows wearer to stay true and unique as they are; not pretending to be someone else.

Dzhus generates innovative cut systems, using nothing but her extraordinary ability of a thorough insight into the complex structure of the ambient and a deep understanding of its architectonic potential. Comprehending metaphysics of the form and its antipode, volumes and silhouettes, surfaces and voids, contours and textures... the niche brand’s signature industrial-looking finishes and austere monochrome palette also appeal to the conceptual cut, as a basis of DZHUS’ identity.

Photo: Olga Nepravda
Style: Irina Dzhus
Makeup & hair: Maria Kolomiets
Models: Sofi Pashkual @PM Management, Inna Daukshene @Linea12
Location: Closer, Kiev

Anja Demuth - “CHIMERA” collection

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German fashion designer, Anja Demuth, is young name in the world of fashion but alredy showing her great skills. Upon graduation she set her goal in creating unique and wearable art. Strong in concept and skilled in experimental material machining she applies herself to her projects. There she gives full scope to her creativity whenever possible and draws inspiration especially from her surroundings. She enjoys to experiment with different shapes, colors and materials and the possibilities to combine them.

Here is a short presentation of collection entitled "CHIMERA."
"Human ears raised on backs of mice, pig hearts beating in human bodies, super resistant crops which cannot be harmed by vermin – things that have been utopian until some years ago are reality nowadays. This progress is imputable to transgenic research. But is it all as good as it sounds? A huge problem regarding transgenic research is the strong privatisation in this area. Independent researchers say that almost 95% of researchers that carry out transgenic research are financed by companies. The collection “CHIMERA” shall draw attention to exactly these grievances. It shall bring the risks of transgenic research to mind and point out the issues regarding privatisation in this field of research."

Source: Anja Demuth
Photography: Karine + Oliver
Hair + Make-up: Karin Welter 
Model: Chantal @ Scout Model, Zürich