During London Fashion Week, Chinese design label Marrknull unveiled a whimsical collection inspired by relationships with water through the creation of a summer-centric fantasy world.
The surreal line fuses disassembled formal wear with sportswear and swimming equipment to create a work that represents the brand’s clash philosophy. Known for its fun concept themes and anti-fashion fashion attitudes, the brand aims to take a new perspective on the functionality of clothing by removing traditional structures and silhouettes.
The collection focuses on the different conditions people enter while swimming and implements exaggerated swimming floats and showerheads in the design. Reinterpreted nose clips, goggles and earplugs, created in collaboration with Yvmin, make up a selection of unusual accessories, and wrinkled and wrinkled clothing further references the theme.
Some particularly eye-catching parts include the disassembled shower curtain that surrounds the body of the model. Other looks are adorned with cut crystal beads reminiscent of water droplets falling from the body.
“The integration of mass-produced industrial products and the Baroque style with aristocratic symbols breaks the boundaries between different layers and presents a mutual integration of different aesthetics,” the brand said of the design.
Alternating techniques centered around fabrics sewn in different directions, structured folding and weaving materials, each exploring new possibilities for everyday wear and the new that the design house is trying to achieve. Strengthened the formation of the image of women.
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