The German based designer Leon Emanuel Blanck latest Spring/Summer 2016 collection most recent collection was influenced by the Post-Apocalyptic Sci-Fi genre. Leon takes an audacious, cutting-edge approach and ignores traditional pattern making methods.

Working this season with woven luminescent molt, Japanese slow-knit rib, Japanese selvedge denim, waxed bison leather, wild boar leather, over-dyed cotton and horse leather Leon adds to the brands continuing conversation.

Consistency and quality over quantity. Sculpted directly on the human body, the new fabrics infuse unique and complex patterns that transforms the garments into the architectural sculptures. Leon Emanuel Blanck holistic, artisanal approach is a direct critique of cyclical nature of fashion.

Photography: Philipp Altheimer
Klim Müller