Bata Spasojevic collection

Saturday, March 12, 2011
(Designer: Bata Spasojevic, Source: Fringe Direction)

Only a few designers actually step into the deep blue waters of the future, and this designer does just that, truly compelling artist clothes..




The first image gives you a glimpse of the future with the curve designs of that of a F-22 Raptor, Engineering of a Visionary in clothing, surpassing the boundary's of man...




if this ever does get released, i know for a fact that it will sell out, if they build it, they will buy...period




We are entering an era of embracing the future, leaving behind the past and jumping without looking, its the huge milestone in humanity that will leave astonishing results, even car makers with their ultra reserved Designs are making concept designs into realities now, so will clothing transition into something like this...





In this image you see something the complete opposite of what is considered well tailored clothing, its loose instead of being fitted, could it be the beginning of the modern toga...





The idea is extending the inner fabric from the cuffs to the shoulder pads, take notes on the color palette 





It seems to be a half-cut Irish kilt, im sure this this will not become mainstream anytime soon, but i have to note it for future reference..




This on the other hand will become mainstream, since its unique, fresh and quite fun to wear, its 2011 and its time for change, big change...






Criticism at its best, but you know better than that...texture's, patterns, colors and styles are key into breaking down this designer concept into a realistic one, the challenge is your creativity...

Pattern's to note are the chrome plastic, fish net, the arm pocket slightly lower than normal, the neck collar is layered, straight lines from the spine...note like these will tell you want designs to look for, in making a similar design look damn good on a transformers movie, or real life...





In the end we thank the designers for venturing into Concept Designs were they are no boundaries except for what our imagination can give us...