Kate Sylvester – A Neon Installation

When fashion design meets art, things get interesting.

Britomart’s Takutai Square has this week been transformed by designer Kate Sylvester, with a creative installation inside a glass cube that reflects her current season, Electric Dreams. The collection was inspired by the film Bladerunner and the installation features neon signs and replicant-esque mannequins.

Intrigued? Head down to the Square to see what happens when a fashion designer brings a collection to life in a new way. Who needs runways when you have a blank glass cube and a mind like this?

View the collection online here.

Kate Sylvester’s Electric Dreams installation
Takutai Square
February 27 – March 4.



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