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Futuristic Volleyball at Andrea Jiapei Li [NYFW]

If a special anniversary edition of Blow-Up featuring never before seen scenes were to be released in 2016, Andrea Jiapei Li’s MADE New York SS17 presentation would surely be included. With bright lights and clean white walls, the models would rotate from stoic position to stoic position. There was a clear plastic volleyball net set up in the middle of the room where two models would rotate throwing a gigantic condom-looking balloon. But aside from the stellar performance, which reminded us of some sort of model aquarium, we were struck by the clothesa continuation of Jiapei Li’s clean, crisply structured designs.

The Look Lowdown…

With slicked back hair, structured minimalistic dressed and tops, and slouchy bottoms, you can literally wear this collection anywhere. It’s the opposite of suffering for fashion.

It’s in the Details…

With an undeniable mastery of precision, Jiapei Li’s designs live somewhere between architecture models and fashion, landing in statement wearables for every occasion.

We Can’t Wait to Wear This…

Jogging from Canal Street to an opening reception at the Guggenheim. Functionality should never get in the way of making a stunning entrance.

Adding to Our Shopping Lists…

The ruched leather slides that will have us looking fre$h while still being hyper-comfortable, as well as all the starch-stiff gradient pieces. How does fabric look like that?!

Fake It ‘Til You Make It…

With slicked back hair that provided volume in all the right places, the wet look was somewhere between “just got out of the pool while vacationing in Palm Beach” and Joan Jett’s distinctive mullet.

Photos by Andrew Boyle

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