A lot of designers tackle the fashion world with ethical statement outfits that are meaningful like this collection entitled ‘Pandamonium’ by WWF.
WWF(World Wildlife Fund) attempts to make the world aware of global issues by creating art initiatives where groups of designers, artists and architects participated. WWF invited these designers to create designs that incorporate environmental concerns. Some of the sculptures are made with plastic bottles, newspapers, feathers, rubber and a slew of other materials that relate to global issues such as pollution, animals and more. The show included musical performances and interactive shows in London’s Hyde Park.
The collection inside Pandamonium includes sculptures that look like birds, planets and issues revolving around pollution. These contemporary and ethical sculptures are the ultimate avant-garde outfits with meaningful statements.
Photo Credits: designboom, wwf.org
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