THREEASFOUR – NEW YORK – SPRING/SUMMER 2017 – FASHION SHOW

Michelle Kartychak in threeASFOUR SS’17. Image by Jan Klier, courtesy of threeASFOUR.

At New York Fashion Week on September 13th, experimental design team, threeASFOUR, sent a trippy, print heavy, collection down the runway. Inspired by the emptiness of atoms and the “frequency of sound and light vibrating off of them that creates the appearance of a solid,” the collection was driven by kaleidoscopic patterns, created in collaboration with Travis Fitch, that almost appeared to pulsate when viewed. Amorphous silhouettes and drapey proportions gave off bohemian vibes with a sci-fi edge. While a plethora of prints sometimes limits a piece of clothing’s wearability, Gabi Asfour, Angela Donhauser, and Adi Gil managed to create a visually stimulating but still versatile collection. Any of the twenty-four looks would be right at home at an upscale LES art happening or on the Burning Man playa.

Ester Kogan in threeASFOUR SS’17. Image by Jan Klier, courtesy of threeASFOUR.
Brooke Smith in a 3-D printed dress made in collaboration with threeASFOUR and Travis Fitch for threeASFOUR SS’17. Image by Jan Klier, courtesy of threeASFOUR.
Lua Beaulieu in threeASFOUR SS’17. Image by Jan Klier, courtesy of threeASFOUR.
Le1f in threeASFOUR SS’17. Image by Jan Klier, courtesy of threeASFOUR.
Eli Reed in threeASFOUR SS’17. Image by Jan Klier, courtesy of threeASFOUR.

Images by Jan Klier, courtesy of threeASFOUR.

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