Arsutoria: "Robotop pop" Trend AW 2017/18
today May 19, 2016
Exaggerated and arrogant style, inversion of the aesthetic standards. A pillage of the most irreverent artists. Works of art that cannibalize and engulf everything that is highlighted, such as the icon of luxury.
Unconventional interaction between futurism and dynamism.
The international brands of luxury fashion and cars take part in an iconic movement of the new robotic pop. The attraction of space explored by robot warriors who travel around in spaceships. Items such as gas masks that transform into a motorbike helmet. Airdryer Chanel adapted as a fighting weapon to be displayed. Hermes or Bugatti grenades, icons of new provocative keepsakes.
Future/Contemporary: Provocation and imagination, post-apocalyptic, between hi-tech and retro futurism. Experimental and glamorous sportswear, Robot style that combines destroyed and experimental active wear.
The market of basketball sneakers. Oversized volumes. The more animated brands make themselves known due to the futuristic materials and provocations.
Plastics, metallic, dark and lacquered, irreverent. Mysteriously dark. Tar grey, acrylic green, urban orange, signage yellow, iridescent purple/blue, oil black.
The materials and surfaces are technological and futuristic. The world of active wear develops enhanced, ultralight products that create wide, exaggerated volumes, which deform the models. Mirrored, marbled, iridescent leather is combined with spongy rubber, grainy EVA.
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