What strikes us all the times about the newly graduate designers from MUUSE is the way they can draw inspiration from the most disparate things of this world.
Kelvin Parker wanted to be a doctor, but he is actually a Savannah College of Art graduate in Fashion Design. A very talented one.
However he did not drop his childhood aspirations and translated them in his own style, by drawing and making clothes which recall the human anatomy and the perfection of its functioning. Kelvin also transposes his fascination for the mummification process, its precision and mystery.
And that’s not it. Kelvin Parker is a post-minimalist poet, thus a complete artist with a focus on details, such as the many twisted strips of mohair or the hand-shaved red velvet.
See more from Kelvin on MUUSE.