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Vogue Uk Unbelievable Fashion

November 12, 2008

I stopped my attention for this editorial of December VUK, because it has its unbelievable thing. You can notice that there are a lot of editorial around the fashion world and the unbelievable thing of this one is that it doesn’t need anything but the clothes.

One editorial can be made by various things as environment, production and whatever. But this one we have perfect clothes and beautiful make ups. I’ve discovered great designers whom I didn’t know as, Yohji Yamamoto, Gareth Pugh, Hussein Chalayan and Thierry Mugler.

All the clothes has some things in common. They are all old collection of great designers. And they are coloured, large and loose. Check it out!

This gold one is so fucking creative and different. The only things that you can notice are that it has a huge volume, and It is short. It seems that is made by some gold ribbons and It has a very loose sleeve.

Hussein Chalayan was the designer whom more amazed me. I was wondering how could I don’t know him. He was born in Turkish in 1970. He moved with his family to London and there he studied design. This Hussein look on the editorial was taken from the London Fashion Week Autumn Winter 2000. His collection on this time was very clean and plain, but in the end of the runway the things start be very creative like chair cover becoming a dress and then the chair become a suitcase. What the hell? The runway ending was when the model stepped into the middle of the coffee-table and then it became a skirt.

For this collection Hussein celebrated his 10 years of his career. The Groningen Museum displayed in large-scale solo exhibition of his work. He deserved it.

Sources: Wikipedia, style and Groningen Museum

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3 Comments leave one →
  1. December 14, 2008 4:42 pm

    Wow! I love this! I saw a picture of this spread on New York Fashion’s website but I never saw the other pictures! It’s so innovative! I love the clown shoes and the models do a great jobs of making this Alice in Wonderland/ Cirque du Soleil spread work. Great post!

    xoxo – A Vogue Idea

  2. January 16, 2009 5:30 pm

    Love those first pictures, brilliant.

  3. January 16, 2009 6:13 pm

    yeah they are amazing… really are….

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