Wednesday, 5 October 2016

Close up: Alexander McQueen at Paris Fashion Week Spring 2017

The really great thing about Alexander McQueen? Regardless of what any other designer is doing - this, at a time where the Vetements effect is a crack that's still spidering out to several design houses - Sarah Burton continues to do 'McQueen', and the thing about that is, no matter what feels zeitgeist-y, it still works and it still feels up-to-the-minute relevant. This was a collection that delivered all the McQueen hallmarks, and then some; it was a show that made the more romantic houses in Paris look uptight; and other more rock 'n' roll houses look a bit, well, thin on the ground when it comes to ideas and execution.

Sunday, 25 September 2016

Close up: D&G

Close up: Marc Jacobs SS'17

It was a convincing techni-coloured line-up of girlish club looks; Marc Jacobs girls, with hair piled up high into rainbow-coloured dreadlocks, stomped out atop giant Ziggy Stardust-seven-inch platform boots dressed in skinny-sleeved silver snakeskin coats, day-glo rugby shirts, satin hotpants, negligees, stripy hooded sweatshirts, micro suede skirts, camo and shrunken Seventies jackets and every other bit of kit spotted on a 20-something during the mid-Nineties.

Dissected, or worn loaded up all at once, it was kooky and cute and everything a girl could want from Jacobs’s oeuvre.

Sunday, 29 November 2015

Close up Alexander McQueen at Paris Fashion Week Spring 2016

SARAH BURTON has long been credited as the light source at McQueen. In previous seasons it’s been subtle, like a crack in a window but bit by bit that window has widened. Tonight, it was thrown wide open.

Beauty

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