The Natalia Sushchenko 'Demo' collection is displayed in a striking lookbook that highlights the designer's custom digitized print pieces. These pieces range from stunning mini dresses to floor length frocks and intricately crafted knitwear looks.
The vivid womenswear line is inspired by the 90s and references 'Demoscene', the era's underground subculture for "talented but unseen" computer hackers and programmers that influenced many generations that came after them.
Based in Barcelona, Spain, Russian designer Natalia Sushchenko is a graduate from IED Barcelona and is often inspired by the study of computer science when creating her work.
Her latest 'Demo' womenswear line is evocative of this inspiration and features kaleidoscopic and digitized textile prints. The prints are built from geometric strokes that are displayed in a palette of vivid hues.
Digitized Kaleidoscope Attire
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