Out of human by Giorgio Lorusso
Giorgio Matteo Lorusso’s collection explores the constant depersonalization of the human being, due to the static nature of contemporary society. The collection is built on the society’s concept that sees every individual primarily functioning as workers, with anything that isn’t related to work coming second. Giorgio’s collection aims to reducing the importance of the worker, and to highlight the identity behind the oppressive uniforms that can almost be considered as a second skin. The collection expresses the will of destroying the society’s formal dress code by translating it into tight lycra suits. It undress the worker highlighting his elasticity both aesthetically and behaviorally, freeing him from the oppressing chains.
HUMAN SAMPLE N.1
Fake pinstriped coat and trousers.
HUMAN SAMPLE N.2
Deconstructed man suit. Iconic deco suit of the businessman through the destruction of the stereotype, showing of the under suit, as the shirt.
HUMAN SAMPLE N.3
Tailored printed coat with hand made moire effect prints, representing a fake coat and trousers itself. Playing with the print, the designer creates a visual distortion on the outfit.
HUMAN SAMPLE N.4
Trompe l’oeil suit on a lycra jumpsuit. The deconstruction of a tailored man suit conceived as a cage for the human.
HUMAN SAMPLE N.5
Trompe l’oeil printed Lycra jumpsuit. Every layer of an average employee merged on a single lycra jumpsuit. Crashing and compressing identities in order to coat the mind
HUMAN SAMPLE N.6
Prince of Wales bag-coat on hand washed striped trousers.
HUMAN SAMPLE N.7
Disproported pinstripes suit.