Designer Erik Spiekermann Has Created a Line of Art-Inspired Clothing

By: Ady Floyd - Jun 4, 2015
References: unamono & dezeen
Erik Spiekermann has unveiled his art-inspired clothing line. This is his first fashion collection and it includes male garment accessories such as scarves and pocket squares. Each piece incorporates bold and bright colors with the use of grid-like patterns. Some patterns use solid lines to mark the grid form and others use dashed lines that appear disconnected.

The art-inspired clothing label is a German line called 'Unamono.' Spiekermann wanted to create a fun line of accessories for men that was essentially wearable fine art. Each piece from his scarf collection is between 150 and 190 centimeters in length. The materials used are strictly silk and cotton blends.

After a lifelong career as a typographer, Spiekermann wanted to try something different. His creativity allowed him to express himself through the world of fashion.