I find the avant-garde hair-ball idea interesting. It is so contrary to the current movement of showing clothes that can be bought instantly. This is less accessible, but more artful. That makes it refreshing to me.
I also like the way the dress is shaped so that it might almost look as if the front is actually the back. XO, Janea http://thestyletti.com
My mom was right…. many male fashion designers hate women and this is how it’s manifested.
Skinny bodies and a push to make them invisible under the guise of modernity and ‘art’ that most only pretend to ‘get’.
Maybe you can all see it from the angle, that Mr. Owen’s is embraceing all body types…instead of the standard. His clothes are ‘roomy’ as in ‘space’. Maybe I’m biased…I HEART Rick’s clothes/mind. The hair reminds me, I should aquanet & tease the shit out of mine now and again…. lol j/k! Nice shots, Scott… :) xo
My first thought: This is what you call “coconing”…
I agree with what Filuzi said: “I am ok with it for a contemporary art exhibitionâ€¦. or avant-garde theatreâ€¦. or an art house SF/fantasy movieâ€¦but Iâ€™d better not wear it ;)”
In Rick Owens eyes and sensibility, Chewbacca was the most stylish personage of the 2015 movie season. This collection is dedicated to the laid back alien creature, Cousin It and toupees everywhere. The only thing Owens has done is infuse that theme with the fashion world’s unique self-importance.