The Threeasfour collection by Gabi Asfour, Angee Donhauser and Adi Gil was as one might imagine: a great acid trip. It was inspired by “resonance,” Asfour explained. Along with the eerie music and a projection of swirling infinity circles, the models walked in total darkness where much of the press was seated. A backstage viewing of the collection was a must — and well worth it. Sure these are clothes for a cult customer, but this line is about how well they are made. Jersey bodysuits were shown with a small working harp worn as a belt; embroidered wool pinstriped suits were shown with a backpack made out of a recycled violin, and parachute dresses featured hems held up by strings attached to metal shoulder straps. The collection was, as Asfour explained, “a return to our roots.” It was equal parts wacky and wonderful.

The Threeasfour collection by Gabi Asfour, Angee Donhauser and Adi Gil was as one might imagine: a great acid trip. It was inspired by “resonance,” Asfour explained. Along with the eerie music and a projection of swirling infinity circles, the models walked in total darkness where much of the press was seated. A backstage viewing of the collection was a must — and well worth it. Sure these are clothes for a cult customer, but this line is about how well they are made. Jersey bodysuits were shown with a small working harp worn as a belt; embroidered wool pinstriped suits were shown with a backpack made out of a recycled violin, and parachute dresses featured hems held up by strings attached to metal shoulder straps. The collection was, as Asfour explained, “a return to our roots.” It was equal parts wacky and wonderful.

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