Taking on the minimalist-modernist inheritance of father Lang and mother Sander, Murkudis leans on endurance, substance and androgyny. A leather cowboy in pastel-hued underwear.
Paul McCarthy Grand Pop, 1977
In homage and re-homage and anti-homage to a collection entitled 'Grand Poop', and also as a short break amidst the London womenswear plagiarisms, we turn to 1977. Everything that has been will be. Kiss the future. Fuck the past.
Longing for fresh meat. Topless crotch focus (James), asymmetric tank tops (Maximilian), pantyhose and painted bottom dandies (Charles). Everything is directed towards cover-revealed genitals and reveal-covered torso.
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1. Damir Doma Fall/Winter 2015
Longing for radical eco. Escaping from a new age cult (Damir), threatened by a straight edge tribe (Yohji), followed by the eco-anarchist elite (Florentin-Valentin-Anthony). If fashion was a religion, we were multiple theocracies.
1. Maison Margiela Fall/Winter 2015
Longing for sleeveless winter. Barebicepsing in the disco (