As much aesthetic and architectural as it is sartorial, Lukhanyo Mdingi's "Iridescence" collection is a shimmering, ethereal testament to the evolving landscape of men's fashion. "Iridescence" is the final component of Mdingi's thesis, "Avant-Garde Menswear: A Challenge to South African Fashion." He tells Fucking Young!, "My aim was to incorporate an unconventional material, mylar, as well as using craft techniques and innovation as a means...of achieving Avant Garde aesthetics." See the full editorial, starring South African model Sanele Xaba, here.
December 01, 2014