Assembling pieces from here and there, Jordyn Smith’s fashion vision comes alive.
According to Jordyn Smith, the fashion of the future looks a lot like your mom’s eighties closet and literally could be made from your grandmother’s curtains. It may sound outdated, but once your eyeballs catch a glimpse of the Australian designer’s cool concoctions, you’ll understand the avant-garde take she has.
It’s the collage process, what she calls “frankensteining,” that makes her clothes so current. By mixing reworked fabrics, found portraits printed on knits, eighties workwear silhouettes and nineties grunge details all together, she synthesizes our era and everything that influenced it. The result is a really powerful vision of tomorrow’s aesthetics.