Take inspiration from this new visual collaboration between Antwerp brand Six Lee and Spanish artist Ernesto Artillo, which refreshes the styles in the label’s Spring/Summer 2014 collection on a whole new, creative level. Style comes together with illustrative artwork, as apparel is fused with motifs like flowers, paintings and architecture for an effect that’s both surreal, yet elegant.
The Six Lee Spring/Summer 2014 collection was initially inspired by abstract artist Niko Luoma, with each piece designed to convey the delicate balance between the concept of loving oneself and not loving at all. Three key symbols are translated into prints -- gun, knife and ghost -- to convey the feeling of being hurt. Color options are typically blue to underline the emotive mood of the collection, as seen on sophisticated silhouettes that marry traditional tailoring and rich materials with a subtle armor-like feel to protect the body against modern life.
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