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Concrete posts used as fashion models

Concrete fashion

Marvel at the concrete monolith covered in fashionable materials

Here at Creative Bloq, we love it when two creative worlds collide. This series sees the fashion industry applied to an almost architectural aspect. 'Fashion Concrete' is the result of research around the idea of cloth applied to a monolith of concrete.

London based designer and creator Fabrice Le Nezet (opens in new tab) explains, "I worked at transposing concepts and patterns on those abstract figures led by a sculpture approach. The result is this collection of very fashionable totems half way between sculpture and fashion design."

We love the incredible use of colour throughout the photos - highlighting the stark contrast between the materials showcased in the series. This is certainly a perfect batch of creative inspiration.

Concrete fashion

Concrete fashion

Concrete fashion

Concrete fashion

Concrete fashion

Concrete fashion

Concrete fashion

Concrete fashion

Concrete fashion

Concrete fashion

See more inspiring work over on Fabrice Le Nezet (opens in new tab)'s Behance page.

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