Raoul Windows, Jakarta – Indonesia

April 16th, 2015 by retail design blog

Nowadays, the connection between the world of high fashion and the realm of art is getting more and more intimate with designers or fashion houses are making collaboration with painters or other artists, and releasing collection that is said as based on a work by someone. Raoul is doing this ‘artistic’ thing for its pre-Fall 2013 collection but not literally taking it on the collection. This Singapore brand takes us inside a painter’s studio where sprays of paints, empty cans, and blank or used canvas and frames are everywhere. The situation here is not that minimalist and comfy thing as what you see in the art gallery, but more of dirty and messy one. However, this terrible background still provide the beautiful ambience for the collection itself.


via Displayhunter

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