The God’s Prey Fall/Winter 2010 Collection entitled “Psychik Cities” is an example of a genuine passion for design. The third collection of the label explores the darker psychology behind God’s Prey, all the while maintaining the distinctive silhouettes and individual perspective that that the designers have become known for. This season, the journey saw them take a ride with the psychedelic gothic caravans. Following the spectrum of divine clarity, we travel to the Psychik Cities, where we find the darkness that exists in light.
“This season we want to create both a visual and tactile experience with our garments. We work creatively with our fabrics, using luxurious silks and brushed cottons to create garments that feel, as well as look, epically awesome. We aim to design garments that stand the test of time – classic both in construction and in style”.
Amongst the highlights of the God’s Prey Fall/Winter 2010 Collection is the work with Desiree Razo, an innovative design talent from New York City. Razo has been a designer for brands like Verte, K.V.K. and Judi Rosen. She brings inner vision and forward thought to her designs, and together with God’s Prey, she helps to create the synergy in Psychik Cities.