Sunday, 10 February 2013

Yuliy Gershinsky: Shaping the Future Male Silhouette

Yuliy Gershinsky is a young Australian menswear designer whose work has been catching the attention of the fashion world since he showed his inaugural capsule collection for 2013 as part of the Innovators Show during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Australia. After graduating in 2011 from East Sydney’s Fashion Design Studio, Gershinsky has collaborated on projects with Australian artists, namely Lionel Bawden through the Manuscript's Collision project, and was nominated for a scholarship by the Australians in New York Fashion Foundation in 2012.


His boxy and loose-fitting garments, mostly made from black, white and grey fabrics, are inspired by minimalist lines, sportswear and the technical dimensions of futuristic and industrial urban landscapes. The result is a range of fluid garments that engender an elegant silhouette strangely appropriate for the lifestyle of the modern man. 
























Photographs by Bowen Arico


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