If there was ever any worry that colder weather in the city could truly threaten the eccentrically dressed population, the Christian Dada FW11 campaign shows the best way to combat it.
This latest collection has some strikingly dramatic garments that remind clothing enthusiasts of the overlap between architecture and fashion. Stiffly structured pieces act as full-blown shelters and aggressive outfits that look like they may be impervious to human and animal hostility, if not climactic chaos as well.
Ayako Kichikawa photographed this series of images with styling by Kunio Kohzaki. The finished product is a selection of looks with an incredibly gothic attitude and perhaps a hint of Hugo Ball's eccentric influence. The Christian Dada FW11 campaign is sure to surpass a fashion statement and impact the broader space around the body.
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