London’s The Independent delivers a great write up on the conceptual side of fashion and the argument for wearable garments with focus on Aitor’s Group. “Aitor Throup’s work is distinct, communicating a conceptual approach to design while still creating accessible garments. ‘My work is primarily based on exploring new structural solutions to clothe the human body,’ explains Throup, whose uncompromising approach to design and presentation has attracted the attention of influential names in fashion: Stone Island, the Victoria & Albert Museum, Topman, and the football brand Umbro are all eager to be associated with him.”

Read the full story at The Independent.

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