About FluxxFashion

FluxxFashion is the transformation of FluxxUashioN – and F U N – taking bold, bright, and neon-luminous art and transforming it to wearable clothing and accessories.

Art preference conveys your style, and many times your soul—so why confine these emotions and interactions to merely a wall. FluxxFashion is boldly wearing living art! Making it move on a conveyor belt of footsteps and human interaction – sharing it with all!

Each article of clothing produced is selected from a unique one-of-kind artwork produced by artist, Denel Andreas. Every image, every pattern is carefully chosen and accentuated often times with ornamentation sourced from all over the world. The result is a garment that encapsulates purposeful placement, parallels human anatomy, and expands the breadth of creative imagination.

From FluxxUashioN canvas to FluxxUashioN wearables, intricate details are defined through layers we call a “mandala-like mirroring experience.” In wearing living art—you evoke living life!

Live in color! Wear your art!


About Doctor Denel-KK

I am frequently discovering new ways to perceive reality, and often surprise myself each time I look. The science of creativity is my next step on the path of first do no harm, and abstract images become the medium of surprise, each time I join the team to answer with love.

Living life on the Big Island inspires me to create community and Hilo rain reminds me from where I came…

Life in the forest of Bainbridge Island (Pacific Northwest) is grounding. The trees remind me of my roots, an earthling united on this beautiful Gaia.

Hexagon shapes and other natural patterns show up everywhere in my life. I document them in my macro lens, occasionally Instagramming green orbs and fauna fairies on the fish eye “net”.

Hidden messages in the crystal water color paint are similar to an imprinted homeopathic remedy. Geometries (in the crystals) become diluted with water, increasing the potential potency of “like cures like”. Like a catalyst, with healing permission, I see
“Art as a Tool for Transformation”