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Inspired by transformation clothing, men in skirts and tights, layering and voluminous robes, Florian Wowretzko creates his own avant-garde, monochromatic aesthetic. Standing for the emancipation of man, the german born designer started his career in 2011 by using a unique vision of a protest against cliché and the mainstream industry. His collections reflect the social standing of life, the endless problems of a human being and the zeitgeist the world is always involved with. His aesthetic is either black or white, matt or shiny, messy or elegant, hard or soft with sophisticated and innovative silhouettes.