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Related Articles: Contrary to popular opinion, fashion people do eat—at least the many who attended Ellen Hodakova Larsson’s debut runway show in Paris did. Each seat held a napkin and fork; at the end of the runway was a many-tiered white chocolate cake that models and guests tucked into postshow, some with the provided utensils, others with their fingers. Why cake? “Well, I think it’s time to celebrate this way of working [with a lot of handcraft using existing materials] instead of just seeing the industry as a business,” said Larsson. “I think fashion brings joy—that’s why you start doing it, so I really want to bring this feeling back. I’m also very proud that we are actually doing this and that we spend so much time doing this together, our small team, so the cake is just a celebration for the collection.” Though she’s just three seasons into her career, the spring lineup looked back to what had come before. Woven belts returned, but this time they were used to create a “lady” dress with hourglass curves. Its enticing undulations stood in contrast to the opening look, made of men’s leather shoe uppers that had a solidity that commanded the body to conform to its shape. Another deconstruction of masculinity came in the form of a reworked and waxed pinstripe skirt suit. As Larsson is interacting with vintage garments, it’s not surprising that time is a recurrent theme in her work.
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- It was a fitting fanfare for what unfolded: Rianne Van Rompaey in a medical-pink rigorous, ankle-length dress sheathed over her body, its sleeves slit to the shoulder, its waist stitched at the front and pulled apart with strict ruching. Beckham underpinned it with opera gloves in VB-monogrammed lace the color of the model’s skin, matching tights, and high satin heels with almond-shaped toes. It was pretty twisted; a kind of delectably perverse glamour only outdone by the deviation of a bag made of blond-hair-colored tassels that poured out over Van Rompaey’s arm. “It’s a big deal for me to do a show in Paris. It’s been a dream, and therefore the collection has to reflect that,” Beckham said. In the process, she took no prisoners. The months before had seen her restructure her London ateliers to facilitate the artisanal level called for by a Paris show, allowing for the perhaps easy-looking but highly complex construction of dresses such as the aforementioned. It paved the way for beautifully and psychotically draped dresses—some seedily worn over latex tights and gloves—deconstructed cami dresses that looked as if they were about to slip off the body, and perversely bias-cut fishtail gowns in more medical pastels. A black dress was adorned in slashes as if it had been clawed into. Seen in stern succession, these silhouettes were a little bit evil, and incredibly flattering
- For Akris’s 100 birthday, Albert Kriemler put on a show at the Palais de Tokyo, with a 2011 Ugo Rondinone rainbow sculpture proclaiming We Are Poems arching over the pools. Kriemler has a strong affinity for art, and he said he worked months negotiating the loan; the agreement was just finalized this morning. For the finale, he made chiffon dresses in each color of Rondinone’s rainbow, and another in a creamy beige with rainbow stripes on the inside of its vertical pleats. He often works with artists on the collections, but given the important milestone, he took himself for a collaborator this season. Akris, for those who missed its first century, is a Swiss company renowned for the fine quality of its fabrics. Beyond his strong connections with artists, Kriemler has a reputation for exacting designs and a minimalist’s eye for embellishment. He has no social media presence; timelessness, not viral trends, is what he’s after. For the celebration, he selected nine pieces from the company’s archives to walk the runway (in the selling showroom, there are reeditions). “I was so impressed [by] how modern my clothes look today,” he said. The double-face cashmere coat that opened the show dates to 1978; a black single-face cashmere trench from two years later. They handily made Kriemler’s point about the timelessness of Akris’s products, but if you couldn’t pick the vintage pieces out of the lineup, that’s partly because he lifted some of the motifs and applied them elsewhere; the large gold buttons that appear throughout the collection were taken from a circa 1979 navy cashmere caban. Also interesting was a gabardine suit in twisted wool from 1993. He explained, “I have to redo it and I don’t really know if we’ll succeed, because these yarns just don’t exist anymore.” He had a similar challenge re-creating a lace from the 1980s: “The original lacemaker asked for six months to reproduce it.” That these resources and skills are fading with the passing of time is perhaps not surprising—we live in a fast-fashion world—but it is sad. So it was cheering to hear the story behind the collection’s multicolored hearts. The hearts were the first print made by the Como-based manufacturer Gianpaolo Ghioldi for Akris. At first Ghioldi was wary about Kriemler’s request to work together. In the late ’80s, when Kriemler came knocking, Ghioldi only supplied to couturiers. But eventually Kriemler won him over. Today, Ghioldi’s son runs the company, and it’s the base for all of Kriemler’s digital prints. What comes around, goes around—hearts, rainbows, and vintage Akris.
- A while back, whilst in Paris, Thom Browne caught a version of the Cinderella story at the magnificent gilded folly that is the Opéra Garnier. I suspect it was Cendrillon by Jules Massenet. This afternoon Browne returned to Napoleon III’s most magnificently OTT architectural memento to present a production of his own: what he called “An American prom mixed with Cinderella mixed with the Paris Opera.” Just in case we didn’t know what to expect, Gwendoline Christie provided disambiguation. She emerged in a full-length single-breasted white-piped braided blazer—double vented—and some marvelous golden sandals with little effigies of Hector (who got lots of walkies this season) at the front of each foot. After a slow mosey around the golden halls she returned to ours and began spritzing herself in cologne and brushing her locks. And then she told us of what was to come: “Thom loves his little stories—and this is going to be a very long story.” We settled into our golden chairs. And the story went a little bit like this. Four rouge-lipped hot boys came and removed Christie’s dressing table, wearing quintessential Browne gray tailoring and kilt: salarymen at a Scottish reel. Then came 21 opera coats—the first in a tri-clolor arrangement—with collegiate numbers on each back: I noted every number. The came five frock coats, and three swing skirts with petticoats, plus one white witch extra. And then all 21 coat-wearers returned with their unders revealed: all polka dot tailoring and pastels and peek-a-boo underwear. As a Brit, it was impossible not to see the tradition of pantomime—but was this a projection? The best section by far ran 52 to 56, when the punks invaded the assembly. Westwood was an unavoidable comparison, but it was convincingly great (as was Joan Jett on the PA) unto itself.
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It was a fitting fanfare for what unfolded: Rianne Van Rompaey in a medical-pink rigorous, ankle-length dress sheathed over her body, its sleeves slit to the shoulder, its waist stitched at the front and pulled apart with strict ruching. Beckham underpinned it with opera gloves in VB-monogrammed lace the color of the model’s skin, matching tights, and high satin heels with almond-shaped toes. It was pretty twisted; a kind of delectably perverse glamour only outdone by the deviation of a bag made of blond-hair-colored tassels that poured out over Van Rompaey’s arm. “It’s a big deal for me to do a show in Paris. It’s been a dream, and therefore the collection has to reflect that,” Beckham said. In the process, she took no prisoners. The months before had seen her restructure her London ateliers to facilitate the artisanal level called for by a Paris show, allowing for the perhaps easy-looking but highly complex construction of dresses such as the aforementioned. It paved the way for beautifully and psychotically draped dresses—some seedily worn over latex tights and gloves—deconstructed cami dresses that looked as if they were about to slip off the body, and perversely bias-cut fishtail gowns in more medical pastels. A black dress was adorned in slashes as if it had been clawed into. Seen in stern succession, these silhouettes were a little bit evil, and incredibly flattering
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