I’M A CAR CRASH BOY

“I’m a car crash boy” collection is inspired by Wilhelm Sasnal’s “Anka in Toyko” painting. It tells the story of longing for identity and searching for own place in the crowd. Transparency in the face of multilayered shows contrast between desire to establish interaction and loneliness. “I’m a car crash boy” consists of four male silhouettes. The colors kept in dark shades, with a clear predominance of black, give nostalgic character. The materials used in the collection include: denim, wool, neoprene, cotton, organza and elastic tulle. The characteristic operations are irregular pinning, handmade authors textiles and shift selected seams.