Leon Emanuel Blanck Designer Clothing

Leon Emanuel Blanck Designer Clothing

German designer, Leon Emanuel Blanck rejects traditional pattern making in favor of his own technique called ANFRACTUOUS DISTORTION; a form and function, the construction of body-sculptures, focusing on self-drapery, while in constant motion, patterns are hand-drawn. This technique lends alternative wear and black fashion style aesthetic, an exclusive and distinctly unique design. Each individual line is the result of the organic fabric flow during its inception. Leon Emanuel Blanck’s organic seamlines and asymmetric patterns stand in the limelight of his craft. During the assembly phase, any symmetry is abandoned, as is the normalized categorization of upper and lower halves. The resulting construction is a purist manifest of deep technical sartoria through extrapolated patterns; in which no element is repeated twice.

In an industry where the tactile connection between the garments and the creator seems to vanish, he has revived the craftsmanship by constructing anatomical patterns that are meticulously merged together. Each garment is constructed by hand and then goes through a deconstruction process.

Blanck recently created the FORCED collection which now features anatomical symmetrical pattern garments and he has added a women's collection along with bags, hats, gloves, and shoes!


Leon Emanuel Blanck Designer Clothing

Leon Emanuel Blanck Designer Clothing

German designer, Leon Emanuel Blanck rejects traditional pattern making in favor of his own technique called ANFRACTUOUS DISTORTION; a form and function, the construction of body-sculptures, focusing on self-drapery, while in constant motion, patterns are hand-drawn. This technique lends alternative wear and black fashion style aesthetic, an exclusive and distinctly unique design. Each individual line is the result of the organic fabric flow during its inception. Leon Emanuel Blanck’s organic seamlines and asymmetric patterns stand in the limelight of his craft. During the assembly phase, any symmetry is abandoned, as is the normalized categorization of upper and lower halves. The resulting construction is a purist manifest of deep technical sartoria through extrapolated patterns; in which no element is repeated twice.

In an industry where the tactile connection between the garments and the creator seems to vanish, he has revived the craftsmanship by constructing anatomical patterns that are meticulously merged together. Each garment is constructed by hand and then goes through a deconstruction process.

Blanck recently created the FORCED collection which now features anatomical symmetrical pattern garments and he has added a women's collection along with bags, hats, gloves, and shoes!