Tatsuro Horikawa set light to be the motif for Julius Spring/Summer 2015 collection. What’s on his focus in particular was a specific kind of light: a laser beam. He took this image of a laser beam colliding, reflecting and at the end straggling, and the layering idea coming from that, and transposed everything on clothes. Polygons, anatomy and construction as the key for [ p r i s m ; ].
A sharp silhouette declined in total black and total white, leather highly present as it’s Julius trademark, with visible sewed cuts – every piece of clothing is to be made of many different parts, as the reflection created by a bent light.
Underground mood of seventies was a reference for models’ bleached wigs, with nets to be find underneath, once again remarking this concept of an engineering layered construction, as they would be not human but android figures.
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