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Fashion designer Mason Kane Thomas presents an exhibition of new work. In celebration of Pride Month, fashion designer Mason Kane Thomas presents an exhibition of new work drawing on his experiences as a queer person.
"Mason's collection of ‘themwear’ may be better classed as weapons of choice for the war on blandness. Wearable sculptures, flesh carapaces and butch femme adornments for all Queer bodies." - That Looks Queer | Read the review on Our Favourite Places
The exhibition features playful nods to contemporary queer culture alongside work inspired by historical LGBTQ+ trailblazers. The centrepiece is a new 'themwear' collection that challenges gender binaries, true to Mason's vision to design clothes not for men or women but for "creatures of beauty".
Accompanying photography and a short film expand on the visual language of the collection, while original sketches offer insight into Mason's design process.