Wali Mohammed Barrech is Pakistani/Croatian with a German background. He had chosen a parking house as the venue for his S/S15 show at the Copenhagen Fashion Week. He presented a quite different collection this time around, compared to his S/S14 and A/W14 collections.
Wali wanted to underline the surveillance phenomena in our society with this collection, S.o.S. He does that by printing pictures from Google Maps on some of the pieces. Is this his artistic expression of the big brother phenomena?
The collection gives a strong feeling of the 90’s and unisexuality. The 90’s are represented in the materials, colours and cuts. The unisex vibe is apparent where often it wouldn’t matter if there was a female or a male model presenting the outfits, the genders overlap.
Catwalk Photos by Copenhagen Fashion Week.
Check out Wali’s website.
Tags: Copenhagen Fashion Week, cphfw, fashion review, Nordic fashion
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