It’s a technicolour world this season as lucid colours of the Pre-Fall 2021 accessories suggest a sanguine disposition as they are reinterpreted in vertices through 3D scanning technology. With the help of modern programming and artificial intelligence, we document the rise of reinterpretation through digital art. Here, still life images of bags and shoes from the season were scanned with a 3D scanner and reconstructed to micmic its real life forms.
Pictured Above: Gucci Tennis 1977 canvas and rubber sneakers
As reported previously in our favourite looks from the Pre-Fall 2021 menswear season, colours remain as the key remedy to ride out one’s desires in the coming Summer months. Consider colour as a way forward as house classics are reinterpreted with cheeky combinations of rainbow-dyed treatments.
For those who are in it for the fun, Gucci’s Multicolour collection of rehashed classics in five colour combinations is the right fit. And for those who are keen on colours for a more poetic, artistic stance, take it from Dior Men’s embroidered bags of Kenny Scharf’s artworks utilising couture techniques for arm candies designed for the streets. The Pre-Fall 2021 collections are embodiments and encouragements to not take fashion too seriously by simply taking a step back.
After all, the season is a proposal on taking back what has been notoriously difficult to convince with a healthy balance in both timelessness and trends
Art Direction & Digital Imaging: Izwan Abdullah; Styling: Manfred Lu
This story first appeared in the April 2021 issue of Men’s Folio Singapore.