‘Futuristic Avant‐garde’ is the name Kang Dong Jun gave to D. Gnak Spring/Summer 2015 collection. He matched up sci-fi references with basketball culture, creating an hybrid contemporary mood where streetwear elements are combined with sartorial and tailoring cues. As a dark army, models rolled down the runway in white chalky lipstick and in volumes as fluid as architectures, structured and essential at the same. Space age contaminations can be seen in the use of bright reflective mesh fabrics, something heading to neon and iridescent tones. An interesting collaboration with the British artist Jeffree Lee has no be noticed also; his stolen shots of smoking homeless girls and boys has been transformed into graphics on fabrics and appeared on many tops.
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