The avant-garde designers who haunt and hypnotize us

The-Brits-1On the sixth anniversary of the Rana Plaza factory collapse in Bangladesh in which 1,134 garment workers died while making garments for fast fashion outlets worldwide, it might be an opportunity to celebrate the opposite of fast fashion and our ravenous consumption of cheap jeans and jersey tops at all cost, by instead focusing on clothing as art. Elevating everyday textiles to museum-worthy status rather than future landfill. A form of expression that provokes questions, challenges systems and radically upends complacent thinking. Clothing that reaches for the soul rather than rests on the skin. For the most significant avant-garde fashion designers of our time, please click here

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