Bolor Amgalan's latest lookbook boasts a wardrobe of futuristic Origami fashions. The garments are sculptural and texture-enriched, drawing inspiration from Japan in the 60s. From past decades to present day, the country's sci-fi architecture, rapid economic growth and unique consumer goods make it a global leader in innovation.
This collection by Bolor Amgalan embraces a theme of growth and also experiments with organic shapes that resemble those explored in Japanese paper models. The collection's Origami fashions boast sculptural elements and reference the idea of a metabolism that is consuming and breaking down matter and then re-charging itself.
This womenswear range is described as "sustainable and re-configurable", making it appeal to fans of wearable art and clothing with a heightened sense of purpose.