The Manon Kundig Bowerbird Collection is Pattern Enriched

By: Jana Pijak - Published: Feb 15, 2013 • References: notjustalabel & notjustalabel
The Manon Kundig 'Bowerbird' collection shines a light on ambiguous and genderless garments that are clad in a variety of clashing patterns. Based in Antwerp, Belgium, the Antwerp Royal Academy Of Fine Arts graduate creates daring looks that take inspiration from the world of pop culture and digital media.

Inspired by human kind, the designer aims to blur the lines between artist and public and explores the relationship between stage and crowd. Kundig is also known for experimenting with unconventional materials and has often showcased garments made of inflatable latexes and hand-marbled silks.

From tattered garments to face-covered models, the Manon Kundig 'Bowerbird' collection exudes a sense of power through ambiguity. The designer's pieces are bold and distinctive while defying traditional design ideals. Stats for Clashing Faceless Couture Trending: Older & Mild
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