“My collection expresses the irrationality of the fast paced fashion system. His voice aligns with the concept of Dada, which was born as anti-art movement descending from the industrial revolution. The collection incorporates found objects and mixed media, which look beyond traditional aesthetic standards. From the perspective of nonsense humor and playfulness, through unnecessarily labor-intensive techniques, copying, faking and (just) wearing, this collection explores the relationship between meaning, materialistic capitalism, aesthetic and accepted norms.” – Designer, Ryohei Kawanishi
Launched in 2010 by former Dean, Simon Collins, with support from Donna Karan, the MFA is the first graduate program of its kind in the United States. The Parsons MFA show is a runway presentation showcasing 11 collections from the 2015 graduates of the Parsons MFA in Fashion Design and Society, a globally recognized, highly selective program for emerging designers.
2015 Parsons The New School for Design MFA Runway Show
Wednesday, September 16th at 11:00 a.m.
450 W 15th St.
New York, NY 10011