BARRAGÁN creates new silhouettes out of old ones by removing and re-attaching elements to create his distinctive aesthetic. Plain white t-shirts and blue jeans are re-imagined as halter tops, aprons, dresses, or a combination of different garments in one. These pieces are made in disregard to gendered standards creating a line that exists in an indefinable category. For this occasion BARRAGAN collaborated with Belgian vegan footwear label ROMBAUT. The designers share their love for genderless fashion and vegetable art. The two footwear models are a collage of different styles cemented on a chunky lightweight sole.
About the designer: Victor Barragán was born in Mexico City and moved to New York City in 2015. He started his project ytinifninfinity in 2014 as an experiment that involved trending fashion, gender identity, and media consumption. The brand proposes an untried but curated image by incorporating not just the clothing, but also atypical art direction, styling, and photography. His collections offer an alternative to conventional fashion lines by reconceiving “basics” in irregular variations.