London based visual artist/designer Fabrice Le Nezet “explores the intersection between Architecture, Fashion and Toys Design through the use of raw material such as concrete and metal.” Fashion for Concrete furthers the clean aesthetic and playfulness of his work:
Research around the idea of cloth applied to a monolith of concrete. Fabrice Le Nezet worked at transposing concepts and patterns on those abstract figures led by a sculpture approach. The result is this collection of very fashionable totems half way between sculpture and fashion design.
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