Exhibit preview: Worlds of art and fashion collide in "threeASFOUR: Topographic"

Staff Writer
Columbus Alive

When it comes to art and fashion, CCAD is always on the cutting edge, so hosting the latest exhibition from avant-garde label threeASFOUR makes complete sense. The New York City-based threeASFOUR (consisting of designers Adi Gil, Angela Donhauser and Gabriel Asfour) is a revolutionary composite that brings together the best from both the contemporary art and fashion worlds.

The trio has exhibited in Victoria and Albert Museum in London and the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, presenting stunning garments while addressing complex issues like cultural unity, religious strife and society’s definition of “beauty.” The designs are justly described as art and fashion, having captured the attention of — and collaborations from — Bjork, Yoko Ono and Kate Spade.

The exhibit features threeASFOUR’s new collection, which explores the aesthetics of the natural world and its inherent geometries using only shades of white. “TOPOGRAPHIC” also features technological experimentation to create “an immersive virtual fashion show experience.”

Canzani Center Gallery

Through Jan. 8

60 Cleveland Ave., Downtown