On the evening of September 8th, threeASFOUR showcased their avant-garde couture collection, Parallel UNIverse, at The Hole’s illustrious Fembot party, in collaboration with the Armory with photography by OK McCausland.
Renowned for their interdisciplinary approach, threeASFOUR masterfully converged music, fashion, experimentalism, and science. As attendees reveled in the synergy, the ambiance was intensified by the surreal art, evocative projections, and a transcendental live performance by UNI and the Urchins. Embodying the spirit of the collection, the band unveiled the pieces while echoing improvisational melodies centered on consciousness, astral journeys, and hyper-dimensional motifs.
Crafted by the brilliant trio – Gabriel Asfour, Angela Donhauser, and Adi Gil – the collection delves deep, traversing the digital and tactile dimensions. It’s not just fashion; it’s a testament to the prowess of integrating artisanship, pioneering thought, and cutting-edge technology. threeASFOUR doesn’t merely present a collection; they offer a philosophy. Their designs serve as a beacon, illuminating the path for contemporary fashion by intertwining the realms of the digital and tangible, challenging the status quo and redefining the essence of a modern collection.
But what truly elevated the night to an out-of-this-world experience was the enveloping sensory integration. The projections by Brian Close, groundbreaking 3D visuals from Placebo, and a physical narrative orchestrated by pszʎgy, all harmonized to amplify the collection’s unveiling. More than mere augmentations, these elements intertwined with the designs, stretching the boundaries of creative expression, challenging perceptions of reality, and encapsulating an optimism and audacity for the future.
In Parallel UNIverse, threeASFOUR didn’t just present clothes; they sculpted a world – one where boundaries blur, dimensions merge, and the future, with all its uncertainties, holds endless possibilities. threeasfour.com