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Counterspace’s monumental Serpentine Pavilion provided the dynamic setting for a specially choreographed SS22 presentation by Roksanda Ilinčić.

The Serbian designer has frequently cited the Serpentine Galleries as a muse and is no stranger to using its summer pavilions as the architectural setting for her London Fashion Week presentations.

 

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This year’s Serpentine Pavilion is conceived by Johannesburg-based practice Counterspace, directed by young architect Sumayya Vally, who sat front row at the show. Inspired by the meeting spaces of London’s migrant communities, the structure is an assemblage of references ranging from the Fazl Mosque and legendary Mangrove Caribbean restaurant to the colour of London’s sky.

Ilinčić enlisted choreographer Holly Blakey to choreograph a dance troupe performance about women and their relationship, activating the fashion designer’s billowing silk dresses through movement.

 

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