[CBC뉴스] 벨기에의 떠오르는 디자인 스타 톰 반 데르 보르트가 18일(현지시간) 18명의 화려한 룩을 선보이며 미래적이고 매우 화려한 디자인과 함께 베를린 패션위크를 열었다.
그의 컬렉션 "High-Tech Bicolage"는 오트큐어(autute-curture)와 아방가르드(avant-gard)의 조합으로, 비적합주의를 기념하고 다양성을 장려하는 것을 목표로 한다.
Belgian rising design star Tom Van Der Borght opened the Berlin Fashion Week on Sunday (January 18) with 18 flamboyant looks showing futuristic and very colourful designs.
His collection "High-Tech Bricolage" is a combination of haute-couture and avant-garde, and with it he aims to celebrate non-conformism and encourage diversity.
The artist is a fierce defender of the conservation of resources and the recycling of existing materials, but he also likes to experiment with ecological fabrics.
"I think in these times, in 2021, there is no other option than to think in a susteinable way. I think we are really in a moment in the world where we have to re-think not only our relationship with each other but also the relationship with our planet," he told Reuters outside the venue.
"I really like a lot to work with leftover material, stock material, or material that is not immediately considered to be used, especially not for clothes," he stated, adding that "for instance, I used a biological fur in my collection that is based on ecological fibers, that are also some pieces that are made of recycled marine leather, so this is leather that is produced from fish skin from the sushi industry."
Van der Borght was awarded the Grand Prix du Jury Première Vision at the 35th International Festival of Fashion, Photography and Fashion Accessories in Hyères for this work.
The three-day show will take place amid very strict hygiene rules and with no audience, and the catwalk presentations will be offered as a live stream on the official website of the event.
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