Larose Paris Taps Brutalist Sculptor David Umemoto for a Limited Series of Concrete Vases

Alongside still life photos shot by Montreal-based photographer Celia Spenard Ko.

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Acclaimed Brutalist sculptor David Umemoto has created an exclusive collection of concrete vases that were inspired by the eclectic headwear purveyed by Larose Paris. The duo recently shared a lookbook shot by Montreal-based photographer Celia Spenard Ko that spotlights the Canadian artist’s decorative vessels which were impressively assembled in 15 distinct sections before being casted. Umemoto’s concrete vases will soon hit Larose retail outlets, the sculptor’s online website and the TRNK store in New York City.

Take a look at the photos above and then check out Larose Paris’ 2016 fall/winter collection here. Alternatively, David Umemoto’s sculptures can be bought online from TRNK.

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