I guess I should get over the fact that it's 2013 (almost 2014!) and that thanks to innovations in digital printing we are now able to print high quality fabrics but NO I still be like WHOA when I see collections like this.
Of course, technical progress isn't the only reason why I find these clothes amazing. The choice of colors and the graphic work with the diamond pattern is really well done in my opinion : combining all these colors and uneven shapes could have made the clothes feel like they're "too much" or messy. But the colors fit well together and the black parts that cut the patterned areas with straight lines at the extremities of the sweaters/jackets, or through the pants in length, give balance to the whole piece.
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It's 7°C and I'm posting a shorts-tshirt look but I have 3 readers from the Southern Hemisphere so I guess I can go global now fuck seasons!!!!!!!!!!!
The T-shirt and shorts are from SOWET69, they've been my favorite clothes this spring/summer. I love the graphic work the designer(s) have done and the prints on the fabric are also really good. I don't know what's written on the T-shirt though so I might be insulting some persons or spreading some illuminati message by wearing it lol.
Anyway, if you like digital printed clothes you should check out their online shop.
Some of you must have seen these clothes on (my) tumblr, they got quite popular out there. What I love in this collection is that the pieces are clean yet outstanding. The designer plays with the forms and patterns which makes the outfits graphically and proportionally interesting.
What I also find interesting is the "watercolor" parts that dissolve the linear patterns, as a reminder that whatever the humans create, the nature will always take over. But that's my interpretation, I guess Poul Brouwer made this only to break the strict composition of the grid prints.