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Julian Zigerli's SS14 Collection “At the end of the world to the left” plays with mixed boundaries, layers that flow in and around each other and structures that evaporate. At the end of the world to the left: Limbo. A collision of colours, emptiness and placid chaos. Through the print collaboration with the Berlin based artist Katharina Grosse, Julian developed a collection of designs that embody this abstract space. This tight artistic alliance pushes not only the boundaries of the fabric, but also dissolves the wall that separates clothing, art and environment. A human canvas, which breaks away from its surroundings while on the road to nowhere. A collection for a grounded man in an unknown place, surrounded by wind-blown colours and distorted forms. Like a mirage, an oasis in the desert, Zigerli’s collection unfolds and inspires with functional details in cut and fabric. Julian Zigerli’s men’s collection stands for useful, smart and technical high- class pieces with a sporty touch. There is always a lot of love, colour, humor and positivity involved in his designs.
About the Designer
julian is based in Zürich, Switzerland.
Julian Zigerli’s men’s collection stands for useful, smart and technical high- class pieces with a sporty touch. There is always a lot of love, color, humour and positivity involved in his designs.
Julian Zigerli was born and raised in Switzerland. At the age of 20 Julian left for
Germany to study fashion design at the University of Art Berlin (UDK). After
graduating in 2010 he returned to his roots in Switzerland and founded his own
label: 'Julian Zigerli'. One of the founding concepts of this label was to focus on
constructing garments out of innovative Swiss textiles.
Since his first collection, Julian Zigerli has celebrated great success both
nationally and internationally including a nomination for the Swiss Design Prize
in 2011 and the winning of the Federal Design Prize Switzerland in 2012.
He has presented his collections in London, Paris, Berlin, Seoul, Zürich and