The combination of avant-garde elements and street fashion describes the work of Patrick Mohr. The juxtaposition of art and fashion expresses the intention to expand the boundaries of both disciplines. The forms are always rough, avant-garde and international with asymmetrical lines and uneven silhouettes in a constant conflict with clean-cut architectural shapes.
The unisex garments’ silhouettes diffuse the boundaries of male and female in the social realm and stress he unimportance of the differences between the sexes, as insinuated by the collection’s title, monovular, and the ‘erased’ faces in the collection’s show.
The strategy of layering and random superimposition of elements defines the collection, as if clothes were modular elements assembled together to formulate the overall silhouette.