The Balenciaga Menswear Spring/Summer 2014 campaign proves just how direct distorted imagery can be. Photographer Josh Olins put together pictures that deliver warped looks at the collection, blending within one another via mirrors that provide kaleidoscope looks at the apparel.
A monochromatic motif abounds this Balenciaga line. Amid a sea of black, little is seen aside from slight pops of black and white. The label has thus maintained a sleek, professional approach to fashion, one that will not bend even in warmer weather that often calls for bright hues and funky patterns.
Despite the consistency in coloring, the items displayed in this Balenciaga production are quite different from one another. Present in the series are slip on ankle boots, ruffled leather jackets and formal pleated pants.
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