Light under the gigantic Rome of the signature architecture Guggenheim Museum, a fashion show is going on. threeASFOUR, the fashion brand which signatures the multi-layered patterned and curvy shape getting inspired by nature, has partnered with Stanley Casselman, the new york based artist who created crafted graphic art to the interface of clothes.
In New York Fashion Show 2019, they cooperated with each other on this big party called” LIGHTBEINGS.” Twenty models came out in a row with different color-textured patterns, all individually stunning around the stage of the Peter B. Lewis Theater, with dramatic-appropriate facial designed makeup by Frankie Boyd, and be around by the music by Ben Brunnemer.
Committed to innovation, the Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation collects, preserves, and interprets modern and contemporary art, and explores ideas across cultures through dynamic curatorial and educational initiatives and collaborations. With its constellation of architecturally and culturally distinct museums, exhibitions, publications, and digital platforms, the foundation engages both local and global audiences.
threeASFOUR is a trio of transnational artists based in New York City who use fashion as their primary medium. Founded in 2005 by Gabriel Asfour (b. Lebanon), Angela Donhauser (b. U.S.S.R) and Adi Gil (b. Israel), the collective has built a legacy of fusing cutting-edge technology with traditional craftsmanship to create clothing at the intersection of fashion and art. Drawing their core aesthetic from the universal languages of sacred geometry, threeASFOUR is devoted to the creative exploration of themes of consciousness and cultural coexistence.
Check its Instagram here: @threeASFOUR.