KÖKLER’s S/S15 Art and Fashion Exhibit in Milan, Italy

KOKLER s/S15 collection

We know that  the world of fashion and art have an intertwined  history as many  fashion designers find their inspiration from many great artists and vice versa. Fashion week has officially ended in Milan and with that say, I would like to introduce you to KÖKLER,  a fashion brand that takes the world of fashion  to a whole new level when it comes to turning some of the world’s best art pieces into show stopping garments.

ABOUT KÖKLER

A fashion brand that adopts the same creative process applied in the fine arts: research aesthetics, look for inspiration, new shapes and forms with unique pieces  that are  manufactured manually.  It is about transforming artworks and metamorphosing them into wearable fashion items with audacious cuts accentuated by accomplished craftsmen.

While many designers chose the runway to showcase their s/s 15 collection,  KÖKLER chose  to show theirs as an exhibit that tells the story behind each piece. Fans and interested buyers get a  more personal and unique experience by getting a closer look at the collection from concept, design and production.

If you plan to be in Milan in the next few days, stop at the Spazio OBERDAN, Viale Vittorio Veneto 2,  to get a closer look of the exhibit.  It will be open to the public until September 28, 2014. Interested buyers can find the high-end Prêt-à-Porter collection, entirely made in Italy  at the Showroom Pizzini in Milan.

Take a look at some looks from th

KÖKLER S/S15 Collection

KÖKLER S/S15 Collection

KÖKLER S/S15 Collection

Special thanks to Denise.

Photo credit: KÖKLER

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