Last weekend, Julian Zigerli presented his latest collection, which was a collaborative effort with Swiss artist Katja Schenker. Titled “ROCK, PAPER, SCISSORLI”, the show was the culmination of a year-long project and featured an opening performance by Schenker wearing a concrete dress, followed by 51 looks showcasing Zigerli’s signature blend of humor and everyday wear. The collection included printed silk, velour, faux fur, cotton, mohair and merino knits and jersey, as well as accessories like belts created in collaboration with “Appenzeller Gurt” and XXL bandanas inspired by the traditional “Glarner Tüechli”.

The collection was released in five parts over the course of the year, using Zigerli’s slowed-down “drop concept”, which was also employed in the previous collection, “HARD”. Alongside the fashion, the runway show also showcased artworks resulting from the collaboration between Zigerli and Schenker, which will be displayed and available for purchase in an exhibition at VC7 Openspace in Zurich from May 25 to June 3, with a vernissage on May 24. The show featured a cast of family, friends, customers, and interesting people discovered through various encounters.

Take a look at the collection below: