Hourani’s Fall 2011 collection plays with the option of enabling one to shape their own world on their body. Known for extending beyond traditional limits, he pushes them to create new barrier breaking ideas. His clothing offers another way to look at fashion and how it is worn. This season offers even more shapes and a bit more looseness, through still impeccable and interesting cuts.
story by Dana Varon
phots by Ned & Aya Rosen
Rad Hourani is rad. He considers himself an artist, not just of one craft, but of many, which is evident not only in his clothing designs but his photos, videos, exhibits and other projects. His entity is clearly a multi-sensory experience of sight, touch, sound and smell. Often experimenting with gender, shapes, and form in his designs, he has stated, “I like the idea of a world where we can live and shape ourselves, only by observing, each on our own.” Continue reading “RAD by Rad Hourani – Fall 2011”
His collections appear fairly straight forward at first but you can never be fooled by seeming simplicity from great designers, there is invariably more going on in the clothes than you think there is.
story by Seth Friedermann
photos by Adrianna Favero
Austerity, severity, restraint. No, I’m not speaking of the debt crisis or of finance at all. I’m describing Rad Hourani’s Spring 2011 collection. Rad Hourani’s art for Spring was all of those things, but still crackled with creative energy that felt caged by his cuts and colors. The collection was black, white, and gray yet it still felt vibrant. This is all part of the complicated nature of Rad Hourani’s clothing. His collections appear fairly straight forward at first but you can never be fooled by seeming simplicity from great designers, there is invariably more going on in the clothes than you think there is. Continue reading “Rad Hourani – Spring 2011”