Larissa Keller


In my collection, undulating, thrilling and calming fabrics challenge the human silhouette.

The body is seen as an imperfect asymmetrical unit whose external form is not used as a model for the piece of clothing, but rather as an invitation to fabricate a new, estranged body profile.

Classical coat and shirt patterns undergo a distortion by systematically shifting proportions, seams and pockets as well as stratifying many layers which creates a subtle confusion.

Caricaturesque humour plays just as much of a role here as the seriousness of the search for new forms.

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