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Adrian SS19
Adrian schachter SS19
Adrian schachter SS19

Having grown up in an artistically anchored family. Adrian Schachter has already made a splash in the art world with show-cases in Art Basel, Soho House and galleries throughout London and New York.

Turning his talents to fashion and taking his inspiration from the transatlantic youth culture of which he's very much a part of, Adrian has created a collection of piece full of vivid colours, casual silhouettes and lush fabrics.

Discover the new Spring/Summer collection designed by Adrian Schachter

As Seen in vogue and paper magazine
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Adrian Schachter makes an exciting feature in Vogue Italia speaking about his contribution to the emerging contemporary art scene in New York, his personal artistic influences and his experience growing up in suchan artistically driven family.“His work—which taps in to the artificiality of plastic-based mediums, with pastel drenched, sculpture-like six-inch thick layers of acrylic paint—is playful but intricate."
Hey Adrian, tell us about the pieces in your latest SS19 collection.
I have created a collection utilising contrast colour blocking in neutral hues with a distinctive sports luxe edge to each of my designs. I have featured minimalist detailing, such as loop shaped zip pullers, to add a unique touch. The fabric I have used is soft and lightweight, suitable to the warming spring weather.
How would you describe your style?
My style is a very fashion-forward approach to high-street/athleisure wear.With the rise of genderless fashion comes the desire to have more versatile sizes and styles, so I aim to reach this target market by designing all my pieces for a unisex fit.
What inspires you to design?
I try and go about starting new projects in as organic a way as possible. I think of a few ideas to start with and beginning refining them with sketches, writings and talking about it. I tend to be really decisive at this stage. The concepts always come first and become the scaffolding for imagery.
You’ve been involved in the world of art from a very young age. How do you find the art world influencing your work in fashion?
Before I could walk I was always drawing. I wanted to be a cartoonist as a child. Having been heavily exposed to art at that age, I merged my interest in drawing with that of fine art. Now, all these influences are also inspiring my fashion design, and I’m constantly thinking of different ways to merge my ongoing art influences with my work in the fashion industry.
Adrian's SS19 Available Now
Adrian's SS19 Available Now