The Judson Harmon Fall/Winter 2013 collection made its official debut at New York's Industria Superstudio, a space located within the city's Meat Packing district.
New York Fashion Week guests who were privy to the Harmon Fall/Winter 2013 show got to take in its assortment of atypical high tech features.
Harmon remained interactive with surveillance monitors which provided obscured mirrored reflections as viewers entered Industria Superstudio. Artist Jason Akira Somma designed this display of monitors which was modeled on the theme of interpretation. While the images were distorted, this played up on the young icon's will to permit a variety of takes on his collection, offering a high tech type of free for all for participants.
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