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Prague International Design Festival
5. – 9. 10. 2022

Lukas Ivanavičius
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Lukas Ivanavičius

The relevance of the topic of this thesis is defined by the longtime establishment of unisex, oversize styles in fashion. The clothing trends that became popular in the 1990s “erased” the differences between women’s and men’s clothing and evolved into visual body transformations in the 21st century. On the other hand, the popularity of oversize among various social and age groups remains valued by fashion designers and can become a new forming style or conceptual method for creating an art collection. The goal, therefore, is to present new interpretations of silhouette hyperbolization.

Special events
Sat 9.10. 15:00
Fashion show of the 2021 Diploma Selection finalists: Stef Reijnierse, Natalie Dufková, Lukas Ivanavičus, Agáta Seeháková

exhibition space: Přehlídka


Fashion Stage Sacre Coeur, Holečkova 103/31, Praha 5
+420 728 952 123

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