Showcased in a wild portrait series by Alexander Popelier, these Tom Van Der Borght designs aim to make a strong visual statement. From their fearless display of florescent color and print to their off-kilter silhouettes, these wacky raver styles stray far from the traditional.
The designer’s imaginative garments reference animalistic shapes and showcase strong examples of religious symbolism. Whether displaying hits of 80s futurism or exuding a tribal aesthetic, this eccentric sportswear collection is a mishmash of eye-catching visual details and quirky accent accessories.
From male models in heels to sci-fi eyewear looks, these Tom Van Der Borght designs explore the idea of idol worship, paying homage to ancient Mexican artwork and over-the-top street fashions that make models channel members of a futuristic warrior tribe.
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By: Jana Pijak - Published: Sep 6, 2012 • References: wadmag