There are undeniable parallels between architecture and fashion, and these are highlighted in a rather pronounced way in Robin by Bruno Staub.
The HERO Magazine editorial was styled by Jean-Michel Clerc, and features some incredibly captivating collections that complement the wearer while creating a supplementary structure of their own.
Looks by Vivienne Westwood, Dries van Noten, DSquared2,
and Lanvin embrace the model's body with the comfort of soft fabrics tailored to more familiar forms. The capes and coats by Prada, Dior Homme, and Raf Simons embody exaggerated shapes that usurp the space around the subject.
In many cases, Robin Ahrens has been overdressed in more layers and larger sizes than may actually be necessary for his comfort. But it's the authoritative position of fashion in Robin by Bruno Staub that reminds people of what looks they have to play with.
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