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Hi-Fructose: New Contemporary Fashion Available for Pre-Order in Our Store

You can now pre-order Hi-Fructose: New Contemporary Fashion in our store here. The book is an experimental look into the worlds of wearable art and fashion, where technology, sculpture, experimental materials, and other-worldly viewpoints have sparked a distinctly different kind of new contemporary fashion that bends genres and sparks new conversations, presenting atypical fashion through a Hi-Fructose lens. Pre-Order today and get an exclusive 18x24" poster, available only on our site and for pre-orders. The book is published by Cernunnos, and it’s edited and designed by Hi-Fructose co-founder Attaboy.

You can now pre-order Hi-Fructose: New Contemporary Fashion in our store here. The book is an experimental look into the worlds of wearable art and fashion, where technology, sculpture, experimental materials, and other-worldly viewpoints have sparked a distinctly different kind of new contemporary fashion that bends genres and sparks new conversations, presenting atypical fashion through a Hi-Fructose lens. Pre-Order today and get an exclusive 18×24″ poster, available only on our site and for pre-orders. The book is published by Cernunnos, and it’s edited and designed by Hi-Fructose co-founder Attaboy.

Hi-Fructose: New Contemporary Fashion is a 296- page full-color over-sized book (coming in at 14″ in height), featuring essays incorporating interviews with both emerging and legendary designers, plus scores of lush layouts with work by:
MIRCO HEPBURN ARENA, JO COPE, FLAVIA ROSE, ANA RAJCEVIC, VERONIKA RABINOVICH, ELENA SLIVNYAK, BEA SZENFELD, NIKOLINE LIV ANDERSEN, NOA RAVIV, ASYA KOZINA, ENID ALMANZA, ROB ELFORD, SYLWANA ZYBURA, STEVEN VANDERYT, DINU BODICIU, LEONID TITOW, TIEL JANSEN, JILLIAN OLIVER, PETER POPPS, OLGA NORONHA, HENRIK VIBSKOV, NIXI KILLICK, SASHA FROLOVA, KANSAI YAMAMOTO, TANEL VEENRE, AGNIESZKA OSIPA, ANOUK WIPPRECHT, with a special introduction by Lucas Museum of Narrative Art Costume Archivist ALINA CAMPBELL.

See recent work from a few of these artists below.

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Artist and performer Sasha Frolova is known for crafting synthetic experience, teeming with color and pop. Inside France's Etretat Gardens, she recently staged an ode to Marie Antoinette (and her love of oysters) with her signature, inflatable fashion pieces, such as towering, faux hairdos, form-fitting suits, and in this case, a “a inflatable "boudoir-trampoline." (Frolova is featured in the upcoming Hi-Fructose: New Contemporary Fashion, which you can read more about here.)
Anouk Wipprecht, who was featured in our Hi-Fructose: New Contemporary Fashion book, recently unveiled her “Fragrance” and “Elixir” dresses, in collaboration with Cirque du Soleil. With Elixir, after answering preference questions on the SAP gadget worn on the arm, the system blends your drink and sends your concoction through the tubes and into the vial. Think the Beer Helmet of the Future.
Dutch designer Iris van Herpen creates apparel that can appear both organic or frozen in movement, whether her fashion art emulates a splash of water or writhing, tentacle-like forms. Herpen’s versatility in shown in how her pieces seemed ripped out of varying eras.
Liam Brandon Murray is a wearable sculpture artist who injects an alarming amount of detail into his pieces, which have been likened to cathedrals and cityscapes. The influences are plentiful: the presence of Roman architecture, steampunk style, futurism and technology, and Gothic themes are carried throughout. His designs have garnered multiple awards and nods from the World of Wearable Arts Awards in New Zealand.

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