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At Chanel, Karl Lagerfeld chose to deal with genre issues and the overall controversy that took place in France regarding education policies,thus adding a playful twist to the show.It had to be a very ”french” one, viewed as such (thus acquiring its logical basis) by a… 171 more words
Allow me to admit i am a fan of Marchesa, as Georgina Chapman and Keren Craig never seemed to disappoint me in the past,so much more now that they chose elaborate,chic decadence right out of Thomas De Quincey’s pages ”Confession of an English Opium Eater”,with the same extend of indulging fantasy. 50 more words
Thom Browne’s Fall 2015 Ready-to-Wear collection was a study in mourning attire,therefore a study in black, probably inspired by the ”Death Becomes Her” exhibition currently on display at Metropolitan Museum.Or, a study in mourning as an attitude,a collection bearing an almost ”Freudian” obsession to loss,emphasized by strong,all black silhouettes that looked interestingly modern.There is something ultra classy in this ”twisted” pieces,something that surpasses ”revival” and goes back to the ”roots” of fashion per se.The styling was much elaborate yet it was easy to see that each garment, so carefully produced, could make a statement piece of its own.Yes,this was a collection full of statement pieces and at the same time a clever exploration of mourning attire,set in a performance that brought in mind some cult black-and -white films (see Dreyer dramas) as well as near death experiences-aka the perfect setting.
This installation features lengths of fabric for an unmade man’s suit and waistcoat, as well as a selection of embroidery samples for fashionable menswear made between about 1760 and 1815. 152 more words
”Is all that we see or seem
But a dream within a dream?”
~Edgar Allan Poe~
(PHOTOGRAPHER: JAMIE NELSON. MODEL(S): ANNA SOKOLOVA, LIZ KENNEDY. STYLIST: 9 more words