What do Yoruba costumes, Cindy Sherman, and giant sculptural sunglasses have in common? They’re all part of a new installation put together by fashion designer Duro Olowu (he doesn’t use the term curated). It all started with his mother.
Women guerrillas in veils and petticoats. A female rebel army taking arms against a police state. In photo ops they pose aiming machine guns and chainsaws. Their weapons, however, shoot only rays of light.