The Angelos Frentzos Fall/Winter 2014 menswear collection disguises its models with camouflaged hoods that cover their faces. Varying from neutral cremes to bold green and red hues, the collection's diverse palette is used to showcase a range of modern sportswear looks.
From oversized varsity jackets to matching print pantsuits, this menswear line highlights versatile pieces that can be worn together or separately. In creating this unique collection, designer Angelos Frentzos took inspiration from his favourite animal, the elephant, not so much for their shape but for the feelings they are often associated with.
Depicting elephants' connection to the human ritual of death, this conceptual runway presentation embodies death's ambiguity. Much like humans, elephants pay respects to the fallen members of their pack once they are gone, making them much more connected to us than we may have known.
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