Korean contemporary fashion label The Museum Visitor launched its Spring/Summer 2019 collection via an artistically themed lookbook. The representation builds directly from the aesthetics of the line which very clearly takes cues from the chaotic creative process.
The Museum Visitor's range of clothing is a pure experiment in style. The silhouettes very openly embrace DIY-style designs. From deconstructed two-piece suits and messy hand-written graphics to painting-embellished shirts and spray painted motifs, the Spring/Summer 2019 range really seems like it subscribes to no boundaries. What's more, the graphics hint to both institutionalized approaches to art — with slogans like 'MUSEUM' and 'ART GALLERY' throughout, as well as non-institution-dependent.
The collection is handmade by The Museum Visitor's head designer — Moonsu Park, and constitutes "wearable pieces of art."