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The wall for Viktor & Rolf by Studio Job

Design | October 11, 2013 |

"The Wall" by Studio JobImage courtesy of Bureau Betak

The Wall for Viktor & Rolf by Studio Job

Continuing with the theme of rebellion“, which they worked with earlier this year for Viktor & Rolf‘s A/W 2013 runway show at Paris fashion week, more on the side of sophistication in relation to the term than teenage revolt, Studio Job has once again collaborated with the dutch fashion duo on their latest catwalk set-up.

Image courtesy of Peter Stigter

The Wall” was the backdrop to Viktor & Rolf’s S/S 2014 collection: a composition of subway and square tiles, where the only thing keeping it from being completely stark white was a black graffiti tag of Viktor & Rolf’s signatures on the back wall.

Image courtesy of Zacharie Scheurer

This idea of rebellious sophistication was emphasized by the atmosphere created by the indie artist Joan as Police Woman, who sang covers of Pink Floyd and Britney Spears.

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