Construction made visible on the outside of garments, trompe-l’œil layering and a palette featuring a number of almost-black hues were among the ways through which Namacheko’s Dilan and Lezan Lurr transcribed voyeurist surrealism influenced by Alfred Hitchcock and American photographer Gregory Crewdson.
WWD Critique: The eye might get distracted by Crewdson’s snapshots of suburban life but sophisticated seam placements and techniques, such as warp printing showcase what these Woolmark Prize finalists can do.
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Launch Gallery: Namacheko Men’s Fall 2020