For this Fall-Winter Nicolas Ghesquière creates Balenciaga Inc. "We imagined this Balenciaga Inc. company and then we started to identify the functions and the staff have the clothes They would wear - the space-age girls sweatshirt eere the spies infiltrating thecompany. "said the creative director. Balenciaga in the 80s. "There Is Such a precision about what he does and there's no detail he Has not Worked on until it's so cooland Refined, beautiful and tough," said Emily Fields (Vogue) after the show. "He really has to look Refined but you can always tell it's him - it really is the cut and the quality of the lines."
Un mix di stampe e citazioni per Dries Van Noten. L'uomo e la donna, l'Oriente e l'occidente. Lo stilista di Anversa crea una donna sofisticata con jaquard e seta, passando per una reinterpretazione delle stampe cinesi e giapponesi.
Mix of prints and mentions for Dries Van Noten. The woman and the man, Orient and Occident. The Anversa designer with jaquard and silk reinterprets some of japanese and chinese prints and he creates a sophisticated woman.
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The Rochas collection goes through the ages. '70s and '50s, luxe becomes day-wear. Marco Zannini , inspired by a lot of influences, makes a trip in '50s mother wardrobe, between prints and colors.
Gareth Pugh's world is distinct and dark. The english designer never says no to black and sculpted clothes but in this collection he shows a sort of opening, everybody have to enter in his world. So woman become a bird, a bat, a Pugh's creature.
Continua per Nicola Formichetti la ribalta e la reinterpretazione di un designer che ha fatto la storia degli anni '80. Il punto di partenza è la collezione Therry Mugler "Insects" del 1997, le forme scolpite ed esagerate, il punto di arrivo è una citazione all'oriente e alle arti marziali.
Continue to Nicola Formichetti the limelight and the reinterpretation of a designer who has made the history of '80. Starting point is the Therry Mugler 1997 "Insects" collection, sculpted and exaggerate forms, the point of arrival is a mention to Orient and Martial Arts.