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Social-Work Spring/Summer 2022: Fashion Freedom and Surrealism

Bold-color and neutral monochrome looks, accented with sophisticated artisanal details on simple, classic silhouettes redefine sleekness and sophistication in avant-garde fashion terms. Inspired by art and culture, the Social-Work SS22 collection makes a few good points regarding modern elegance. Asymmetries, layering, versatile elements, deconstructed tailoring, vegan leather stunners, pleating, lace insets, and gradient effects are totally eye-catching and exciting. The Brooklyn-based fashion brand is undeniably cool and relevant!

The SS22 Collection is taking inspiration from the movie The Dreamers, bringing bizarre and fascinating distillation of the radical ’60’s mentality with the core of freedom. By taking Dali’s painting to a 60s Russian Matchbox print, Social-Work SS22 is an exercise in modern fantasy and Romanticism with a twist of surrealism. The rose, as a natural symbol for illusion in Dali’s painting, is conceptualized as a silhouette, embellishments, and trimming across the collection.

In Dali’s concept, the rose is floating in space, a blossom without stem suspended over, and completely and utterly dwarfing, a dreary landscape. The visual phenomenon, but incongruous construction, double-images, and juxtaposed subjects emphasize the human figure.

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