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Moto Guo's New Line Takes After Igor Stravinsky's 1913 Work

 - Apr 6, 2018
References: motoguo & fuckingyoung.es
Malaysian-based menswear label Moto Guo recently came out with a new selection of apparel, along with a Fall/Winter 2018 lookbook that presents the different styles with bold visuals that highlight gender non-conformity and expressive freedom.

As Fucking Young! reports, the garments that comprise the collection take from the spirit of Russian composer Igor Stravinsky's controversial work, 'The Rite of Spring.' Included in the collection are structured floral shorts and pants, modern art scarves, boldly printed cardigans, ruffled dresses, coats with dramatically puffed sleeves, retro button-up shirts, statement sweaters, and much more. One inclusion that especially stands out is a branded poncho that features two holes at the center, allowing it to be worn by two people at a time.