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Asger Juel Larsen & the Futuristic Man [men's fashion]

As many of you may know, the insurance giant Lloyds of London, which is housed in the Lloyds Building of East London, was designed by Richard Rogers.

What’s fascinating about the building is that the stairs, elevators, water pipes, and electrical work are all placed on the outside the structure, leaving the inside totally unencumbered.
Danish-born designer, Asger Juel Larsen, reminisces of Rogers’ innovation with his 2016 autumn/winter collection, which he then associates with the armament designed for Julie Taymor’s film, Titus.
Continuing to add to our wintry protection, Asger draws from the outer defences of riding uniforms, fencing helmets, bicycle equipment of the 70’s and 80’s, and horseshoes.
Bolstering a hyper-imaginative sci-fi image, the collection’s materials consist of synthetic rubber, PVC, neoprene, and quilted leather.
The collection of exaggerations and contrasts finally culminates in the flip glasses of the early 90’s.

For further reading on Asger, proceed to the following article:

Knights in Armor by Asger Juel Larsen
Photo & slideshow Copyright Asger Juel Larsen.

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