Apocalyptic SF Action Heroes on the Runway for F/W 18
Fashion-week: menswear for Fall/Winter 2018. It’s a mad, mad world. It truly is. Some Fashion designers can’t take it anymore, and it shows! Rick Owens showed some kind of mutant men. (the ones with the white faces) At Comme des Garçons some of the models wore skeleton warrior-like headpieces (sewn in fabric). At Yamamoto’s Y-Project, the boys seemed protected by thigh-high-Ugg-boots: again it’s a mad and apocalyptic world!
Comme des Garçons Plus Homme
Y Project UGGs
Walter van Beirendonck
In the runway shows, by the designers above, there was also a more lighter, and more colorful side to be found. Below, for example; Comme des Garçons, a jacket with an actual comic book print. At Vetements in a more illustrative way: the comic-book figure himself.
Comme des Garçonnes Plus Homme
Make sure to visit the links below if you would like to see the complete collections and video’s. (all images via showstudio.com)
Martin Margiela was the creative director for Hermès from1997 to 2003: at the Fashion Museum in Antwerp they made a complete exhibition out of this fact! Mimi Berlin Blogger Team visited. We were especially stunned by the beauty of the showcase below. It wasn’t allowed to take photo’s at the museum but we simply had to make this one.The skirt and the upper part of the boots are made in the same fabric, a traditional Hermès cloth. The leather parts are in Navy (that’s dark blue)
What would you wear with this set? We decided upon a Navy, fitted twinset……. Continue reading →
Mimi’s Brainbreaker Week; These images are taken 30 years apart. Which one is your favorite?
Ours is the left one!
Left; Diana Vreeland in her home photo by Jonathan Becker in July 21, 1979 for Vanity Fair Magazine (getty images)
Right; Sarah Jessica Parker photographed as Diana Vreeland for Harper’s Bazaar by Peter Lindbergh in March 2009 (via harpersbazaar)
Wow, these manipulated photo’s by Eva Stenram are magical! At first glance they seem to be vintage shoe fetish pin-up pictures, at second glance they still are very sexy! Although the images direct the mind in a severe way, they leave so much room for the imagination at the same time.
Drape I, 2011. Fibre based lambda print, 50 x 50 cm. Ed.of 5.
Drape IV, 2012. Fibre based lambda print, 50 x 50 cm. Ed.of 5.
Drape V, 2012. Fibre based lambda print, 50 x 50 cm. Ed.of 5.
Drape VI, 2012. Fibre based lambda print, 50 x 50 cm. Ed.of 5.
Drape VII, 2012. Fibre based lambda print, 50 x 50 cm. Ed.of 5.
Drape VIII, 2012. Fibre based lambda print, 50 x 50 cm. Ed.of 5.
Drape IX, 2012. Fibre based lambda print, 50 x 50 cm. Ed.of 5.
Drape XI, 2013. Fibre based lambda print, 50 x 50 cm. Ed.of 5.
Eva Stenram on Drape XI “I turned this intriguing vintage pin-up negative into a new ‘Drape’ image. It will be shown at Pobeda Gallery, Moscow, in September. The print looks great (50 x 50cm).” (quote taken from her blog) Make sure to check out her site, her work is certainly worth the visit. (photo’s courtesy of Eva Stenram via mudwerks)
This post is so opposite of yesterday’s post: Knitted Tops, for women without legs. The pitch of the week.