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MANIFESTO

‘Futurism’ - the first radicalized artistic movement of the 20th century - glorified the dynamism of machinery and energy of urbanization. The Futurist manifestos vehemently rejected pre- existing ideologies in favor of societal revolt and cultural innovation, declaring bloodthirst and contempt for women. Looking back, their audacious urgency and inflammatory gestures take a morbid undertone given the subsequent world wars, and this short-lived movement seemingly becomes a satire of itself. This A/W collection explores these dualistic properties, playing with dichotomy and seeking connections between seemingly opposing elements; pulling aesthetic cues from Futurist art and playing with layers of perception to portray this multi-faceted concept.

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