Sébastien Hernandez-Bertrand

31 Jan

Heliot Emil Unveils a Very Industrial Designed Fall 2019 Collection in Copenhagen

Heliot Emil, founded by the two brothers Julius Juul and Victor Juul, unveils a very industrial designed FW19/20 collection. Titled ‘311FPS’, in reference to the highest recorded flash-test from an airplane, this is their interpretation of what’s visible to the naked eye.

Monochromatic silhouettes meet asymmetrical shapes and reflective touches, which creates a perfect balance between sporty and minimal design. Some details are visible only through certain angles and the designers play with layers, mixing experimental aesthetic and the functionality of the garments.

Raw material, simplicity of accessories, metallic clutches and finshing add a rough and aggressive touch to the sixth collection of the brand.

Photos by Sébastien Hernandez-Bertrand for Enfnts Terribles

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