Acquiring currently gone at the rear of-the-scenes at Han Kjøbenhavn’s Spring/Summer months 2019 showcase at Copenhagen Style Week, we now head backstage once additional. This time all over, we go BTS at HELIOT EMIL’s SS19 presentation. Entitled “Referential Transparency,” the collection usually takes on a potent avant-garde aesthetic crammed with a great deal references to sci-fi and dystopian beliefs. As outlined in a description printed on a clear can of h2o distributed at the show, the designers – brothers Julius Juul and Victor Juul – make clear the importance of “Referential Transparency”:
“Referring to a laptop or computer programming expression, a perform is said to be referentially clear if it’s replaceable. The assortment explores how much of our personalities are replaceable, how substantially is transparent and experiments with the equilibrium of variety and features. The materials vary from a semi-clear white to warmth delicate thermo greys to deep black. SS19 will also be the introduction year of a whole women’s wear line.”
A largely neutral palette comprised of black, white and gray is applied – what the outfits absence in colour variation it makes up for in truly exclusive silhouettes. Using personalized crafted twin-lock carabiners, metal zip-ties and circle clips, each individual garment highlights utility information that could be imagined on both of those a mountaineering getup, as nicely as a forward-considering manner piece. Together with chic slice-and-sew merchandise that showcase a distinctive leaning in the direction of uneven styles, the plan is also accompanied by sporty vibes. Further more underlining the athletic undertones is a footwear collaboration with ASICS. Witnessed in sleek sneakers rendered in both of those black and white, select sneakers are more in depth with carabiners as well as rope-like straps.
You can just take a nearer glance at the selection via the backstage pictures in the gallery earlier mentioned. Stay tuned to see extra of our protection from Copenhagen Trend Week.