SS22

Contemporary oversaturation of information, compressed newsfeeds and at-large scare holds masses to verging monomanias. Media withdrawal, encrypted scrutiny and personal broadcasting are among the contemporary stratas servicing our instinctual backdrop when facing current economic networks.
In 1979 Nobel prize winning author Heinrich Boll published The Safety Net – Fürsorgliche Belagerung – a novel interecepting news as an overriding force obliterating neutraility for concurrent scrutiny.
Fürsorgliche Belagerung streamsets fashion playlists populating keyboard surfaces, counter-information mark-ups and darker editorial practices for the de-productive forces of youth.
When present-day stimula command erasure, uncertainty and household deprivation, an uncensored blockage is supplied as a shielding platform for disappearance.
SS22 cohorts garments, habits and style behaviours specifically carried by hidden groups of information junkies. Staged in a generic lower-ground storage facility, used as an ideal hiding compound furnished with limited resources and careless building materials, the collection describes a divided format of life casted outside traditional norms, habits and privacy.
Couple format, relative confidence and isolation mandates an array of clothes and garments monomaniacally merging into repetitive looks, moving the offering of the brand into a cluster of habits and reconstructed familiarity.
The season investigates familial deconstruction understood as the structural bonding between social groups and youthful gathering complexes, through a resized format of seclusion. A scarce emergency home sheltering off communications forwards standard garments program into ice-related bonding.

Fürsorgliche Belagerung streamsets fashion playlists populating keyboard surfaces, counter-information mark-ups and darker editorial practices for the de-productive forces of youth. The Safety Net (German: Fürsorgliche Belagerung) is a 1979 novel by Heinrich Böll. An English translation by Leila Vennewitz was published in 1981.

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