Daniel Palillo's Latest Collection Boasts Wearable Art Attire

By: Jana Pijak - Sep 9, 2014
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Daniel Palillo's Spring/Summer 2015 lookbook references the designer's painting background. The Finnish artist returns to his roots and translates his paintings into pieces of wearable art.

His eccentric art pieces are a modern translation of cubism and abstract compositions. The pieces are entitled 'The Client', 'Fat Hipster' and 'Street Style' and are meant to embody fashion stereotypes.

These humorous and artful ensembles marry clashing prints with furry face covers that are reminiscent of stuffed animals or knitted doll toys. Daniel Palillo's latest collection embodies an eccentric air and is reflective of the designer's edgy aesthetic. Every season, the designer is known for bringing his conceptual characters to life and his latest collection is no exception to this tradition.