1. Raymond Pettibon Invite, Saint Laurent Fall/Winter 2014
2. Saint Laurent Fall/Winter 2014
3. John Baldessari Invite, Saint Laurent Fall/Winter 2014
4. Saint Laurent Fall/Winter 2014
The artists Slimane chooses and the symbols their invitation artworks depict imply a crossing of meaning. Comic-like figures with disturbing, poetic and ambiguous undertone? The anti-authoritarian spirit of youth? Pettibon! Menswear! The appropriation of the found image as art practice? Endless repetition with subtle changes? Baldessari! Womenswear! 9 classic jackets over sparkly dresses...
1. Cindy Sherman at Louis Vuitton Fall/Winter 2014
2. Balenciaga Spring/Summer 2011
So what would Cindy Sherman wear? The real Cindy Sherman. Not her 'other' portrayed self. She does, in fact, wear the 'lesbian collection' - those celebrated buckle boots. In blue crocodile leather. By Balenciaga. By Nicolas Ghesquière. And short hair. At this morning's Louis Vuitton show.
Image credits WWD
1. Céline Fall/Winter 2014
2. Stella McCartney Fall/Winter 2014
3. Missoni Fall/Winter 2014
Longing for plastic fantastic embellishments. Toys 'R' Her - that only money can buy. The careerist (Phoebe), the feminist (Stella), the female nerd (Angela). The Parisian woman is emancipating her inner child. Which is her interpretation of men-erism.
1. Dior Fall/Winter 2014
2. Raf Simons Spring/Summer 2014
3. Raf Simons Spring/Summer 2014
4. Dior Fall/Winter 2014
5. Dior Fall/Winter 2014
6. Raf Simons Spring/Summer 2014
7. Dior Fall/Winter 2014
8. Raf Simons Spring/Summer 2014
The Raf Sandior universe is a hermeneutic one. And it is about shoes. Fast paced models in pop coloured running pumps. Their stumbling stride only buffered by block striped guard rails. Style first, safety second.
Jessica Mort Central Saint Martins Fall/Winter 2014
Taking a predetermined masculine idea and applying techniques that are traditonally perceived feminine (weaving, knitting, fraying), the polo shirt cliché is dissolving into gradient fringe dresses.