QUOÏ ALEXANDER, a Paris-based interdisciplinary fashion designer, presented his SS19 collection as a part of Paris Fashion Week.

Anarchy was at the core of the collection, a soft rebellion against fundamental rules, through complete rejection of the basics of fashion construction, with no stitching by machine or hand is ever used.

The collection is a continued exploration into our capacity to alter form and function through rebellion against traditional technique. This season, pleated fabrics were sliced into bands and reworked to form new breathing fabrics and a new thermo-retractable finishing technique was invented in order to finish the clothing without the use of any sewing.

Originally from California, USA where he studied Fine Arts, the designer continued his education and went on to study Fashion Design Womenswear at Central Saint Martins, London . He gained experience at Alexander McQueen, Sonia Rykiel and Chanel before starting his own label.

QUOÏ ALEXANDER SS19

QUOÏ ALEXANDER SS19

QUOÏ ALEXANDER SS19

QUOÏ ALEXANDER SS19

QUOÏ ALEXANDER SS19

QUOÏ ALEXANDER SS19

QUOÏ ALEXANDER SS19

QUOÏ ALEXANDER SS19

QUOÏ ALEXANDER SS19

QUOÏ ALEXANDER SS19

QUOÏ ALEXANDER SS19

QUOÏ ALEXANDER SS19

QUOÏ ALEXANDER SS19

QUOÏ ALEXANDER SS19

QUOÏ ALEXANDER SS19

QUOÏ ALEXANDER SS19

QUOÏ ALEXANDER SS19

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