The aesthetic of the Fall/Winter 2018 collection by emerging Czech designer Jan Cerny is successfully communicated for those who missed the runway debut at Mercedes-Benz Prague Fashion Week through a series of glitch photos. The capsule is a strong commentary on the eerie, sometimes psychologically horrific and paranoia-inducing effects of the technology age.
Creative Alexander Bel captures these dystopian and disturbing connotations with glitch photos and good styling. The lookbook highlights some of the noteworthy pieces in Jan Cerny's Fall/Winter collection, along with some thematically appropriate technology-referencing details— from the 3D-printed spider web masks to the highly 3M reflective detailing. From work-inspired jumpsuits to Matrix-referencing trenchcoats, the Fall/Winter 2018 glitch photos reveal the anxieties and phobic properties of digital culture.
Photo Credits: Alexander Bel
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