Get lost in the blinding lights and loud sounds of the streets of Tokyo via creative duo Shotby’s latest editorial, featuring Natalie Dufkova’s exquisite clothes.
The young UMPRUM student’s semester collection is inspired by the process of glass-making – it’s chaotic yet neat, unruly and supple at the same time. This variety is reflected in her choice of holographic PVC leather, which resembles the multifaceted organic glass. Natalie attempts to control the material and mould it into the shapes she wants, while letting it have a life of its own, shining—quite literally—and glimmering with all its colors.
The extravagant garments were caught on camera by yet another Czech talents – photographic duo Shotby. They juxtaposed the clothes with flashing neons and almost overwhelming plethora of signs and visuals popping up from every corner of the Japanese capital.
Scroll down to enjoy the dazzling photo series.
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