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  • 132 5. Issey Miyake

    Issey Miyake and his Reality Lab. team started this project in 2007, with the results of the new production method being launched as a new brand called 132 5. ISSEY MIYAKE in 2010. The brand name refers to the way a piece of cloth ("1D") takes on a three-dimensional shape ("3D") and is then folded into a flat surface ("2D"), and the way that wearing it transforms it into a presence that transcends time and dimensions ("5D").
    Working with computer scientists, a variety of 3D shapes are folded, then pressed so that the cuts lie in different positions. This new production method has been used to create shirts, skirts, dresses, pants and more. The base material is recycled polyester fabric that has undergone a series of improvements in its development, carrying a message for modern-day garment making. "Clothes that bring joy and happiness to the wearer" is a concept that Miyake has long pursued. The brand brings this together with the production principles of “Regeneration and Re-creation” in a new venture.


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  • A New Cross

    A New Cross maintains a constant inspiration to understand garmets as a living space, meant to protect, comfort and project an expression that goes beyond the material. Craftsmanship techniques that trasmit a message of artistic identity that can ony be fully appreciated when garments are worn.


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  • Anrealage

    Designer Kunihiko Morinaga established ANDREALAGE in 2003, branding it with a name that combined "A REAL, UNREAL, and AGE." Based on the garments produced over the subsequent 15 years, Anrealage´s activities can be broadly categorized into three periods. The first seven seasons from the 2005-2006 A/W SUZUME NO NAMIDA to the 2008-2009 A/W MUTYU collection focused on hand work. The second period of five seasons from 2009 S/S (ball, pyramid, cube) to 2011 S/S AIR contrasted with the first period by focusing on the shapes of garments. The third period comprises the 12 seasons from 2011-2012 A/W LOW to 2017 S/S SILENCE, a six-year period with a focus on bringing technology into garments. 


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  • Army Of Me

    In 2008, Daniel Wahlberg and Richard Sjöblom from Stockholm, Sweden 

    founded the brand called Army Of Me. The first collection was released 

    Spring/Summer 2009 and consisted of 8 different styles and was only produced in 

    20 pieces in each of them.

     

    Since then Army Of Me has grown into a well recognized brand all over the world 

    offering full ready-to-wear fashion collections. Mysterious masculinity meets 

    feminine elements creating a haze for the stereotypical. 

     

    The tailoring and cuts are playful yet sophisticated and materials are carefully

    chosen. The smallest detail can make the difference massive. Layering of fabrics 

    in somewhat monochrome colors has always been expressed in the collections since

    the birth of the label 

     

    Original shapes and cuts makes every garment a statement of individuality.

     


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  • BARBARA I GONGINI

    BARBARA I GONGINI brand DNA is centered on strength of individual and not on sex or sexual orientation, societal order or other normative pressures, but on playful imaginative tale of craftsmanship that breathes freedom of self-expression.

     

    The BARBARA I GONGINI collections present a different take on Nordic garments, derived from a conceptual approach towards fashion design. The specific construction process is aimed at crafting garments eloquently suitable for both men and women. Structural forms are challenged and experimental pattern-making shape a solemn backdrop for contemporary tailoring.

     

    The design process is comprised of artistically responsible exercises with a particular focus on sustainability. BARBARA I GONGINI aims to contribute to local and global responsibility by pushing the boundaries of ethical fashion. A meticulous creative process can be doted as rather numerical, where design is based on continuous evolvement rather than sheer renewal and instant dismissal.

     

    BARBARA I GONGINI embraces Nordic high-end craftsmanship irreverently. The MAN and WOMAN collections include strong geometric cuts and soft ovoid silhouettes, focusing on the versatility of traditional tailoring. Wearers are encouraged to interact and close forms by selective personalization of the silhouettes, which is named as #multiways.  BARBARA I GONGINI collections are aimed, with its timeless and minimalistic DNA and functionality, to a broad audience, regardless the sex, from the young to the everlasting age customer.


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  • Byungmun Seo

    BMUET(TE) is visually provocative ready-to-wear brand created by duo designers Byungmun Seo and Jina Um. Initially focused on menswear label, Byungmun Seo afterwards, they debuted a womenswear range in 2015 and created new label, BMUET(TE) to describe their idea to meet new structure. It displays an unconventional construction of garment that exude from creative pattern cutting. And conveys new idea to find hidden construction of garment and pushes the boundaries of traditional idea and construction. it also strikes layered, avant-garde silhouettes, rendered in accessible yet luxurious materials and accented with dramatic structural shape. The philosophy of this label resists existing rule or conventional idea and creates new research and prospect of all process to show poetic expression without any limit of thinking.


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  • Damir Doma

    Damir Doma is the founder and creative director of the Damir Doma brand. The Croatian-born designer grew up surrounded by toiles in his mother’s atelier in Germany and later studied fashion in Munich and Berlin, where he graduated in 2004. After gaining experience in the ateliers of Antwerp designers Raf Simons and Dirk Schönberger, he relocated to Paris and launched his first menswear collection in 2007, and three years later showed the first women’s prêt-à-porter collection.

    Damir Doma announced important changes aimed to invigorate the brand with a new strategy for 2015-2016. The designer decided to open a Milan branch on via Savona, in order to recalibrate the brand, establishing closer links between design and production, highlighting research, high quality materials and creative development.

    Since June 2015, the Damir Doma brand moved its runway shows to Milan joining Milan Men Fashion Week within the Camera Nazionale della Moda calendar, also reinforcing the relationship between his Men’s and Women’s collections, which share the same creative inspiration, cuts and materials. Examining the ephemeral quality of the human body, Damir Doma’s designs encapsulate a measured study of proportion and a melange of textures – divining a juxtaposition of rough and refined. Silhouettes draw upon a myriad of inspirations from the worlds of art and architecture, foregoing embellishment and decoration for a purity of form.


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  • Delusion

    IN 2010 DESIGNER RYAN HEARD AND HIS TEAM LAUNCHED DELUSION.
    FOLLOWING A FASHION DEGREE & EXPERIENCE WORKING WITH JAPANESE PATTERN CUTTERS & TRADITIONAL TAILORS, RYAN EMBARKED UPON THE CONCEPT OF PROVIDING THE FASHION CONSCIOUS WITH LUXURIOUS & CONCEPTUAL DESIGNS. THESE FORMED THE FOUNDATIONS FOR THE MONOCHROMATIC LABEL.

    EVOLVING EACH SEASON, DELUSION ARE RECOGNISED FOR THEIR PIONEERING LEATHER GARMENTS, UNIQUE MATERIALS & ORIGINAL WASHES THROUGH A MUTED PALETTE & INNOVATIVE CONSTRUCTION.

    EACH ITEM IS MADE BY HAND, THE FIT & FINISH IS ESSENTIAL ALONG WITH PROVIDING UNIQUE FABRICS AND DYE PROCESSES. THE DELUSION ETHOS IS TO WORK WITH EVERY ITEM INDIVIDUALLY & CONSTRUCT IT IN HOUSE BY HAND, THOUGHT & PRECISION INTO EVERY PIECE.


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  • DressedUndressed

    After seasons of experimenting with the idea of workwear, DressedUndressed’s Takeshi Kitazawa and Emiko Sato were ready to leave the office behind. By switching gears for Spring 2018 with a collection filled with boudoir motifs, the duo moved from the boardroom to the bedroom. Starting with models Yue Ning and Kasia Jujeczka in a pair of lace-accented slip dresses in black and beige with slits that stopped just below the navel, the designers delved into seductive territory. With barely there boy shorts worn beneath both looks keeping things tame, the sexiness wasn’t overt, but the unapologetically feminine message provided an appealing counterpoint to the androgynous pieces the brand has become known for.


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  • Henrik Vibskov

    The name Henrik Vibskov is most commonly associated not only with a fashion label, but a multitude of twisted yet tantalising universes created in relation to each collection. 

    “The Great Chain Of Sleepers”, The Five O´clock Leg Alignment” and “ The Kitchen Of The Non Existent” are just a few titles of shows Henrik Vibskov has produced lately, each title referring to a different but equally mesmerising world and set of logic. As a fashion designer Henrik Vibskov has produced ower 30 mens (and later also women´s) collections since he graduated from Central St. Martins in 2001. Since January 2003 he has been a member of the Chambre Syndicale de la Mode Maculine and is currently the only Scandinavian designer on the official show schedule of the Paris Mens Fashion Week.

    Since the beginning of his career Henrik has been invited to and participated in festivals, contest and talks such as Artist Talk at London Design Week in 2017, Exhibition design and curating of Mindcraft17, Danish Pavilion at Salone del Mobile Milan in 2017, Art Basel Miami, Artist Talk and shop opening at Faena District Miami Beach in 2016, One Week Workshop at Domaine Boisbuchet, France 2016, Art Talk at Indaba Cape Town, South Africa 2014. 

    Throughout his career Henrik´s designs have won him such as The Royal Thorval Bindesbøl Medal, Copenhagen 2016, The Cologne Thrumber Award, Cologne Germany 2017, The Jury Prize at the Danish Fashion Awards in 2012, The Söderberg prize in 2011, the highest value design prize in the world, an award from the Danish Arts Foundation in 2009, Brand of the year DANSK Fashion Awards 2008, the Danish Design Council Award 2007, New Name of the year 2003, The Becks Student Future Prize 2000.

    Between designing new collections biannually and creating the universes surrounding them, Henrik keeps himself occupied as drummer with his own project Mountain Yorokobu, signed to Fake Diamond Records, also playing with Hess is More, Michael Simpson and Trentemøller, which he was touring with for 6 years.

    Henrik Vibskov has exhibitited at 21st museum of contemporary art kanazawa, Japan, The Museum of Art and Design in New York, Art Cologne represented by Gallery Ruttskowski68, MoMA PS1 in New York, Palais de Tokyo in Paris, ICA in London, Zeeuws Museum in Holland, Kiyomizu-Dera Temple in Kyoto, Japan, Wilhelm Wagendfeld Haus in Bremen, NAI Nederlands Architectur Institut in Rotterdam, Holland, The Textile Museum, Washington, USA, just to name a few. 
    He has also produced several large-scale solo exhibitions at museums and galleries, including the TEMPO at Stockholm Stadsteater, Sweden, Exhibition Daelim Museum, Seul, South Korea, his “Neck Plus Ultra” exhibition which was shown at Galeries Lafayette in Paris and Gammel Strand in Copenhagen, a big retrospective of his work at Design museum Helsinki in Finland, and most recently the Solo Exhibition in Andersen´s Contemporary Gallery, Copenhagen, Solo exhibition in Maisson du Danemark, Paris, Solo Exhibition in Gallery Ruttskowski68, Cologne, Germany. 

    Together with visual artist Andreas Emenius he created an on-going art project called `The Circular Series´, which they begun to work on in 2009. Like their earlier collaborations `The Fringe Projects`, in this project the circle is used as a clarifier, or visual glue, linking all the projects to the same universe. Henrik has also designed costumes for numerous operas and performances, including collaborations with Hotel Pro Forma, the Oslo Opera house and Brussels Opera House.

    Henrik Vibskov is currently Professor at DSKD and has frequently given lectures and been a jury member at institutions such as Central Saint Martins in London, the IED in Madrid and the Antwerp Royal Acadamy of Fine Art amongst others.

    Henrik has published four books, including a 2012 monograph of his work to date ( published by Gestalten).


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  • Homme Plissé Issey Miyake

    With the development of Issey Miyake's unique pleating technique, HOMME PLISSÉ ISSEY MIYAKE began in 2013 as a brand providing contemporary menswear.
    Textiles with a wrinkle-proof, quick-drying base material are given pleats with a uniform width that will not cling to the skin. These clothes are light and easy to move in, low-maintenance and easy to carry around. Pleats are added after sewing with a "garment pleating" technique, and then additional sewing is done to create a three-dimensional structure in these garments that combine a beautiful form with functionality.
    This brand aims to bring new discoveries with clothing that gives the wearer an active look.


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  • Issey Miyake

    Design is inexorably linked to culture, industry, and all human endeavors. It represents the power to transform today’s ideas into tomorrow’s realities.In February of 2004, THE MIYAKE ISSEY FOUNDATION was certified by the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology.In February of 2011,the Cabinet Office additionally designated THE MIYAKE ISSEY FOUNDATION as a “public interest foundation”.We view our job as cultivating a design culture that captures the amazingly fertile age in which we live; and using that as a backdrop against which to develop hopeful, vital creative projects. Critical to this mission are more in-depth and robust projects that will better serve the public, including the creation of more extensive archives, promoting international exchange, and cultivating the next generation of young designers.THE MIYAKE ISSEY FOUNDATION’s goal is to start giving back to society by archiving of the extensive collection of work produced by Issey Miyake and his team, together with photographs, videos and printed material.


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  • Joe Chia

    JOE CHIA IS A FASHION LABEL KNOWN FOR ITS MODERN INTERPRETATION OF MASCULINITY AND FEMININITY. IT EMBODIES ENTWINED CLASSICISM AND EXPERIMENTAL PIECES THAT STAND THE TEST OF TIME. THE LABEL HAS A DISTINCTIVE DISCERNMENT OF THOUGHT-PROVOKING SILHOUETTES WITH NUANCES OF MONOCHROMATISM AND FUNCTIONAL ESSENCES BEING WOVEN THROUGH WHILST MAINTAINING A STRONG TIE TO TRADITIONAL AND URBAN ORIGINS.


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  • juun. j

    Juun.J graduated from ESMOD Seoul in 1992 and worked at many prestigious fashion houses before creating his own label "Lone Costume" in 1999. Not long after showing at Seoul Fashion Week, Lone Costume became the most sought after brand with a cult following. Asia Times selected Juun.J as the top 4 notable designers to watch.

    In 2007, with the world as his stage Juun.J debuts his namesake label during Paris Men¡¯s Fashion Week to great acclaim. By deconstructing traditional ideas in menswear, Juun.J quickly establishes himself as the most innovative designer to watch during fashion week. The year 2012 marks another momentous year for Juun.J as he becomes part of Cheil Industries to truly become global and meet the demands of his following.

    Juun.J's decidedly modern approach to design is deeply rooted in his masterly knowledge in classic tailoring where he shatters old notions to create new silhouettes. Largely inspired by youth and street culture Juun.J aptly calls this 'Street Tailoring'.

    His avant design and classicism with his precise tailoring will no doubt continue to be a tour de force in the evolution of menswear.


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  • Keta Gutmane

    Latvian designer Keta Gutmane always resonates with The Brvtalist with her distinctive take on contemporary fashion and subversive commentary on social issues. Her Spring/Summer 2018 collection is no different - a striking, gender warping vision of 1990's luxury and status. "Documentation" looks at a time when the provincial entered the city and fashion and class structure collided like never before. Once again, Gutmane makes it easy to get lost in her story. 


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