The Battle of the Sabines
'The Battle of the Sabines’ from Collection III/II. Inspired by 'Ratto delle Sabine' by Giambologna, (1574-82), Florence. The violence of the sculpture is translated into a modern-day scenario of riot brutality.
Collection III/II takes inspiration from classical sculpture and modern protest. The collection features a series of digital sculptures created by visual artist Jam Sutton using 3d scanning techniques of real-life models. The collection conceptually juxtaposes classical aesthetics with current events.
High quality digital print on 100% fair trade ethical cotton.
Lookbook model is 6’1 and wearing a Large
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INFORMATION ON OUR QUALITY
Our clothing is manufactured in Portugal. The cotton we use is of the highest quality Italian Siro cotton. Multiple separate yarns are twisted together binding the surface fibres into the weave, therefore creating a yarn which is strong, smooth and highly resistant to pilling and abrasion from wear. The end result is a soft, silky smooth fabric, creating a perfect surface for digital print. The colours on this fabric are highly resistant to fading from the wash (follow care instructions) and when cared for properly will look new for a long period of time.