Huh,they are just breathtaking!!I have a feeling like I watching an artist finest pieces,like they are the masterpieces. Again,I love the different the shades,like a shadow-light techinque.He can use the materials as well ,for sure. I would totally wear these creations:))
I think these clothes/accessories are incredible! I haven't known the designer before so I'm glad to see this creative collection. I love the use of colours(it's like a shadow-light play,which turned out great) ,made the effect more dramatic. Secondly,the playfulness of the different materials are breathtaking.I have afeeling like I am not watching a beautiful fashion show but masterpieces of a very talented artist in an exhibition:) I would totally wear them!
I saw the runway video on Style.com, and I have to say, Scott, you did Mr. Ackermann's collection justice with your photographs. Please forgive me if I sound patronizing, which I'm not. The lighting in the video was less than desirable making the collection look a little too dark and washed out. Now I realized that the color, the cut, and the silhouette of the every piece, including the sartorial detailing and accessories are beautiful and quite amazing. I kept wondering why the fashionistas kept saying that they were speechless and in tears after the show. Now I can see why. Thank you.
GASP! The jewel tones, the styling, the leather and the shine!!! these girls look like respectable bad ass bond girls! I love how the hair further elongates the models as if they're gliding into the future at lightning speed! Oh look at me…getting carried away with the ! exclamation points, but this is so exciting!
the majority of catwalk pictures are ghastly – studiedly miserable and emaciated models wearing preposterous concoctions most of which will never be seen again…in sharp contrast to your street shots, which show largely happy people who appear to know how to eat, wearing clothes they have chosen and like to wear…
the colors, materials, cuts and angles all sit well on the models and I can actually see this vision on other folk as well. Lovely. Thanks for the detailed snaps! We can really see the compositions of the clothes.
I've just looked at the collection and I don't know. Its a bit star trek. I can picture the jabberwocks and Obe Wan Kenobe getting around in this stuff on badly-animated foreign planets. Why does "good" fashion design have to amount to costumes? Ackerman is obviously prodigiously talented, but is fashion "better" if its wearable, or if its wearable art?