A fine mist and a dreamy atmosphere pervade in the presentation by the Swedish avant-garde fashion label at the Stokholm Fashion Week.
True to their spirit, Camilla Sundin, Claes Berkes and Ella Soccorsi, the firm's head designers, come up with interesting and asymmetrical draperies, yet in a minimalist context, deprived of any unnecessary or superfluous embellishments.
Shades of sober grays, black and white constitute the staid, yet never dull palette.
These are only my favorite getups. See more at the label's site or at
A futuristic, luminescent, maybe aseptic world is depicted by the Polish team by means of handsome but strange capes, sweatshirt tops ornamented with unpractical cords and ribbons, low crotch leggings, all of tem leaping out from white backdrop-like walls and windows.
There have been other "rebels" in this blog. I mean, other edits thus entitled.
But they all have something in common: fashion rebels are not carrying rifles and berets, but rather candid, feminine looking garments , or, in this case, beautiful, avant-garde pieces of clothing.
Perhaps what they are striving for is simply their right as males to wear more creative styles, huh?