Andreas Kronthaler continues the journey for Vivienne Westwood AW23, reflecting our sense of belonging and home.
Andreas Kronthaler continue the journey for Vivienne Westwood through the world of interiors. the everyday spaces in which our daily lives are lived, reflecting our sense of belonging and home.
Nostalgia for the past.
A living room inside a Romani vardo, faded tapestries, antique wardrobes bursting with vintage furs, graffitied silks and guilted throws.
Nomads - gathering objects and materials on a never-ending journey.
The result - a collection that combines eras, styles and cultures.
A Universal perspective.
Fabrics are mixed together in a clash of textures, prints and purposes: bio fur and synthetic leather, Meaningless prints, old Hollywood tailoring & 17h Century ruff shirting. Floral with printed velvet soft suiting, lace and leopard print.
'Atomize'- dressing for 'Pleasure' ' boots and London boxers.
Earthy tartans, worn together and clashed with checks, and recycled patchwork tartan bags, hand-made in Kenva. Madras Tartan platforms & Vivienne Clompers - the sense of a wardrobe collected over time, over continents.
In denim. garments are ribbed and cut out: velvet is mixed and trimmed with printed fetzen. as though repaired. A Brushstroke print is applied across tailoring, organic denim and dresses, and appears as 11 hand painted. Knitwear is patched together, screen-printed and hand-painted with vegetable dyes.