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While conform and art are mostly interconnected, Viktor and Rolf has denounced a new Fall 2015 couture collection that brings both of these worlds into one runway show. The Amsterdam-based conform residence incited to confidant wooden frames, dresses desirous by portrayal canvases and design designs for a latest collection during Paris Haute Couture Fashion Week.
Co-creative directors Viktor Horsting and Rolf Snoeren displayed their new creations on a distinguished white runway during a gallery located inside a Palais de Tokyo in France. The collection, patrician Wearable Art, featured structured dresses with splatter-effect prints and white canvases done of linen and crepe. With extreme prints that enclosed epitome paint stains, a printed palm and honeyed floral prints, a demeanour of an art gallery reigned autarchic on a runway! Paired with elementary denim blouses and prosaic black shoes, these pivotal pieces dominated a collection.
To serve infer that conform truly is “wearable art”, a designers had their models trip off their artsy garments, and afterwards hung a framed designs on a wall.
Although it might be a plea to strut a sidewalks in Viktor and Rolf’s irritable artistic frocks, a designs done a matter on a catwalk. Here’s a closer demeanour during a few pivotal pieces from a label’s new Fall 2015 couture collection.
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