Expressing sexuality is vitally important in any field of art, but at FashionClash 2015, it’s taken to a whole other level.
Gender limits are continuously evolving and the seventh edition of FashionClash takes on the union between gender and artistic diversity. You can see it in the clothes designed by artists from other fields, models who don’t wish to be stereotyped with any of society’s gender norms and even in the participating artists.
The result is overwhelming to say the least and we here at So Catchy! can say that FashionClash has done it again with this year’s edition. From So Catchy! Where Fashion Begins, we bring you FashionClash 2015.
Entering the FashionClash show
Show starts with models challenging gender-norms
Clash Project: Fashion by Non-Fashion Designers
Begüm Yildirim‘s work. Read her interview with So Catchy! here
“The Mutants“, performance by Lotte Milder. Costumes by Miralda Nijst-Reinartz and Lotte Milder
Ines Dûvale with her collection “Dreamers”
Linda Friesen‘s “Genesis” Collection
Text by Anabel Cuervas
Photos courtesy of Ela Colak
Translation and Layout by Michael Padilla