Created by Georgian designer Lado Bokuchava, the Atelier Kikala Autumn/Winter 2014/2015 collection paints a bold and streamlined picture of the coming future. The sculptural womenswear line is showcased in a palette of monochromatic, colored and metallic hues. These colors surround a range of cocooned and structural silhouettes that transform traditional clothing items into pieces of wearable art.
The Atelier Kikala Autumn/Winter 2014/2015 collection looks to planet Earth as its main inspiration and imagines how fashions will change decades from now.
In the label's latest lookbook, "futurism is defined with layered garments reminiscent of technological fabrics that provide thermal insulation." In addition to these textiles, perforated pieces also take center stage in the lookbook that is lensed by Bokuchava's partner, photographer Mamuka Kikalishvili.