Z-YBER Collection by Alfredo Valero, draws on various sources of inspiration. As a starting point, it connects with the style and fashion of the Zinellial generation. They are considered digital natives and consummate irreverents. It’s a generation committed to climate change and dependent on the internet. They have rescued manga and anime from ostracism.
Japanese manga, in general, does not show great aesthetic divisions in terms of gender identity. This is prevalent in the Z-YBER Collection by Alfredo Valero. It presents a cast of characters with a diversity of cuts and colours. Something similar happens in fashion. Harajuku, Tokyo’s most popular shopping district, is a meeting point for young people from different urban tribes. They meet every Sunday and exhibit unique and avant-garde fashion styles not suitable for everyone. Talking of neighbourhoods, we must include the quintessential London market, Camden. A particular mention goes to the Cyberdog store, a world leader in cyberpunk fashion.
Hair: Alfredo Valero at Blades: Hair Studio Photography: David Arnal MUA: Jose Luis Blasco Products: Goldwell
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