Austin Fashion Week 2017

D.G.Clothes Project, ph Steffie Reyes
Austin Fashion Week 2017
preview gallery space May 18th – runway show May 19th
location: JW Mariott Hotel, Griffin Hall, 110 E. 2nd Street, Austin, TX 78701

The fashion-art project Daniel González D.G.Clothes Project is pleased to announce the participation to FashionXAustin, with runway show on May 19th during Austin Fashion Week. A preview of brand-new the Sculpture Shoes & Bags collection will be exhibited in the gallery space on May 18th.

Feminine sensuality, finally free of contemporary conventions, unabashedly expresses its most deep and hidden nuances. Feathers, gold leaf, tulle and sequins unite to exalt the beauty of the contemporary lady, delighting her feelings and accentuating her personality. Beyond the concepts of fashion, trend and trademark Daniel González D.G.Clothes Project has the ability to exploit a deep research on the relationship between identity and outfit as declination of personality. The Sculpture Shoes by Daniel González D.G.Clothes Project create a space for expressing feminine unicity and personal freedom in everyday life. Be yourself! Free yourself!

The classic tote bag is reinvented through the vision by Daniel González D.G.Clothes Project. Handles and seams characterized by an individual genesis acquire new meaning only through their combination. These Bags are mixing mindsets and culture usually associated to the traditional tote bag form and prêt-à-porter handles. As in a contemporary fairy tale, each Artwork is a one-off piece, which tells stories, a kind of democratic consciousness of metropolitan antagonism. These are Wearable Sculptures that speak about the life of everyone, because made for each one of us. An authentic ready-to-wear interior revolt.

Line-up & programme here FashionXAustin

Lookbook & press inquiries:
Elena Girelli dgcp [at] daniel-gonzalez [dot] com

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Where to buy in the US:
our showroom in Chelsea, New York & Diana Lowenstein Gallery, Miami
in Italy: our showroom in Verona

Photo credits Steffie Reyes