Dystopian Brutalist Outerwear by Martijn Van Strien

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Dystopian-Brutalist-Outerwear-by-Martijn-Van-Strien_dezeen-5Martijn Van Strien made each garment in his Dystopian Brutalist Outerwear collection from a single piece of tarpaulin. “This series of coats explores the possibilities of combining very durable but inexpensive materials with fast and effective ways of putting them together,” said Van Strien.

The Dutch designer explained that the basic shapes were inspired by Brutalist architecture. “It has an austere feeling due to the linear, fortresslike and blockish look,” he said. “The style comes off cold, distant, sober and mysterious.”

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Images are by Imke Ligthart. Via ZEEN

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