• The avant-garde designers who haunt and hypnotize us

    1 month ago - By Fashion United

    Conceptual and avant-garde are generally interchangeable terms in fashion, although both are lesser-used now than they once were. They describe garments that raise eyebrows and questions, and expand our perception of clothing. The designers of such pieces are generally uninterested in mass production, scalability, conventional standards of beauty, focusing instead on deconstruction, alternative materials, technology, and freedom of creative expression. Too tricky for 95 percent of fashion consumers, these clothes are closer to pieces of art which just happen to be rendered in textiles...
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