June 29, 2011, 5:57 pm

Accessories in the shape of paradoxical prosthetics evoke discomfort challenging our false certainty.

Nekromantik
Nekromantik

The Nekromantik collection by costume maker and avant-garde fashion designer Katarzyna Konieczka, a set of one-off pieces designed to evoke extreme feelings, reveals our society’s intimate fears. Asymmetrical, deconstructed garments are overlaid by prosthetic devices of a seemingly medical nature that distort the facial characteristics forcing the viewer to identify with the presumable discomfort of the model wearing them and thus disrupts the careless of his/her fallacy of security.

Nekromantik
Nekromantik
Nekromantik
Nekromantik
Nekromantik
Nekromantik
Nekromantik
Nekromantik
Nekromantik collection by Katarzyna Konieczka. Images: Katarzyna Konieczka @ Behance
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“Nekromantik” collection, 2011: Costume design and style by Katarzyna Konieczka, Sopot, Poland. Photography by Marcin Twardowski. Make-up and hair by Aleksandra Foka Przyłuska. Model: Luluka/ SPP. Photographer’s assistant: Dariusz Szatkowski. No part of this web site may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording or otherwise, without prior permission of Morfae and the copyright owner.
Nekromantik
Nekromantik collection by Katarzyna Konieczka

Accessories in the shape of paradoxical prosthetics evoke discomfort challenging our false certainty.

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