The Anne Sofie Madsen SS14 collection is entitled “Post-Human Speed”. As the title suggests, the collection illustrates the fusion between the romantic period and the millenium area concentrated around isolation and the deconstruction of the human body into garments. Naturally, the unique techniques the designer has developed to create this deconstruction are found throughout the collection. Details like abnormal excess, bulks and misproportions are present on the summer pieces. The shapes and techniques are strongly influenced by the motocross. This coming from the idea of teenage boys who will never grow up nor had a childhood. This idea is also represented through the embracement of the fusion between man and machine. The prints developed are inspired by romantic portraits and late 90s Japanese pop art. The image of technological materials has been created through a visual trick of organic materials being treated to look artificial. The title of the collection sends us message and there is no doubt about noticing treats from the stories of the Romantic and the Millenium era.