Spanish designer Victor von Schwarz unveiled the second part of his 2020 collection inspired by an impending apocalypse ft. the new talent Oscar Buch. New colours, fit clothes. His brand keys are the combination of crafts, sewing and the continuous search for new trends, always influenced by the Asian continent.
In an uncertain social context where the culture of “using and throwing away” reigns, we can expect exponential growth in pollution rates and environmental destruction. In this technologically advanced society, we find ourselves surprisingly closer than ever to the apocalypse. This is the main influence for “The End”, the eighth collection created by Victor Von Schwarz where the brand aims to picture one of its consequences: the death of Mankind.
This collection is structured in two parts: the prelude to this outcome and the death of humanity. The first segment includes cuts based on garments from the sixties and seventies. “Radioactive” inspired colours such as acid green, red and pink are staining a range of fabrics which include tantalum, corduroy, silk, wool, poplin, and fantasies. The second part is polychromatic and uses tulle and volatile fabrics with much more romantic and bulky cuts.