Kristoffer Guldager Kongshaug's 'The Androgynous Human' Line

By: Tiana Reid - Published: Jul 10, 2010 • References: dazeddigital
Kristoffer Guldager Kongshaug’s B.A. collection for the Kolding School of Design is dubbed ‘The Androgynous Human’ and explores a neverending theme in fashion today: the gender divide.

Not surprisingly, Kristoffer Guldager Kongshaug’s collection was inspired by the king of androgyny, Marilyn Manson. "I had an idea that it had to be futuristic. Not that wearable but more a comment on not feeling like a man or a woman," muses Kongshaug on his musical inspiration.

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