Poul Brouwer


Poul Brouwer


From being ashamed of, to hiding the identity; from the skins of anonymous office buildings with seemingly anonymous people in them, to the changing colours and lines on the pavement when it’s raining – these were the storylines leading to the concept of this collection. Poul Brouwer copied the square pattern of the pavement directly on white fabric with a black marker, and then hung the fabric in water. Colours emerged, the lines blurred… The shapes and details of the garments and the choice of fabric are based on the blanket. The result is a consistently executed, androgynous look.

Photos: Peter Stigter