Forward thinkers of Bucharest fashion

I’m just going to go ahead and name those designers without further ado:

Adelina Ivan, Ana Alexe, Imaculatura, Zarug.

These are the guys you want to go to if you want to have a conceptual futuristic wardrobe.

What does conceptual, futuristic mean, you ask?Imagine a perspective of the world made of lines, fine minimalist lines that you could draw from a constellation to another, lines that fall into perfect spatial structures, lines that happen to suit your body like a womb. Then fill those lines with beautiful materials in (mostly) neutral colours, sewn together to perfection, and there you have  it, your out of this world wardrobe.

And to go with that here’s a nice song:

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Adelina Ivan http://www.adelinaivan.com/ro/
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Imaculatura http://imaculatura.tictail.com/
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Zarug http://zarug.eu/
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Ana Alexe http://www.anaalexe.com/

Growing up too fast?…

I found myself (and some friends of mine) in an interview with the designer Molly Goddard for dazeddigital.com. Now I know why baggy clothes suit us and why we look good in funky big shoes. Cause we are not yet persons, we’ re still growing up and therefore we need clothes and shoes to grow up into. D’OH!

“I base a lot of my ideas around the kind of awkwardness that comes with being a teenager. There’s something fascinating about that stage where you’re not totally in control and you’re still very influenced by your friends. Most of my inspiration comes from children’s clothing, actually like, if you see a kid in clothes when they’ve obviously dressed themselves, and are looking a bit mad. Baggy tights, shoes that are two sizes too big so you can grow into them –when you’re growing too fast. You’re not defined yet as a person and that’s what interests me”

I’m totally in love with this concept and these clothes!

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Dick Owens, the resigner…

As a friend said ” Rick Owens is so fucking cool that he even did that”. That is, designing a collection for men, tailored to let the “head” breath.

About this liberating act of courage  the designer said for style.com: “Boys with their dicks out is such a simple, primal, childish gesture.”

Why not? Afterall, let’s all embrace “a bit of cheerful depravity,” as the designer himself put it.

 

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Photo: style.com

Here is more: http://www.style.com/fashion-shows/fall-2015-menswear/rick-owens