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Born in Buenos Aires and based in New York, German Palacio is an electronic musician, video and multimedia artist with a free spirit and plenty of projects. One of these is the--mostly solo--venture called Ulisespal, and its sound is warm and texture.
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Statuesque Gothic cathedrals with high gable walls, soaring pinnacles and rearing arches. Peter Movrin opens their massive doors to the Orient and the world of Islam with his first collection, “FranzMadonna”.
Born in 1986, with a degree from the University of Ljubliana in 2011, Movrin moves in a fantastic world that is surrounded by a ghostly mist and populated by dark angels with maimed wings.
This is the imagery present in the graduate collection of this young Slovenian fashion designer, which won him the Mercator Prize.
His ambiguous model wears long laser-cut leather coats partnered with silk underskirts and embroidered headpieces that cover the face and resemble medieval battle helmets.
Like the somber recesses of a Gothic cathedral, Peter has engraved his powerful, detailed leather garments with elegant perforations through which timid rays of light can creep through.
A touch of romantic ruffles and lace decorating the heavy leather armors lightens the dark atmosphere of the collection… What lies beneath this suffering veneer.
http://www.notjustalabel.com/petermovrin

Statuesque Gothic cathedrals with high gable walls, soaring pinnacles and rearing arches. Peter Movrin opens their massive doors to the Orient and the world of Islam with his first collection, “FranzMadonna”.

Born in 1986, with a degree from the University of Ljubliana in 2011, Movrin moves in a fantastic world that is surrounded by a ghostly mist and populated by dark angels with maimed wings.

This is the imagery present in the graduate collection of this young Slovenian fashion designer, which won him the Mercator Prize.

His ambiguous model wears long laser-cut leather coats partnered with silk underskirts and embroidered headpieces that cover the face and resemble medieval battle helmets.

Like the somber recesses of a Gothic cathedral, Peter has engraved his powerful, detailed leather garments with elegant perforations through which timid rays of light can creep through.

A touch of romantic ruffles and lace decorating the heavy leather armors lightens the dark atmosphere of the collection… What lies beneath this suffering veneer.

http://www.notjustalabel.com/petermovrin