Tuesday, 17 April 2012

Viktor and Rolf

Lately in my work I have been looking at what was considered feminine in different decades, one style that I looked at was Georgian clothes.
In this decade I concentrated mostly on the embellishments for this era, Ruffles and bows where quite popular embellishments for both women and men, After I did this research I found designers 'Viktor and Rolf' In their collection 'Flowerbomb' half of this collection was in pink, red and neutral tones however the other half of the collection was in black.

Haute runway theatrics from Viktor & Rolf's Flowerbomb fragrance launch in 2004

The image above is the coloured half of the collection, as you can see almost every outfit is embellished with at least a piece of ribbon or a bow (its like looking at pink heaven!) a lot of these models seem to look gift wrapped.
These are some of my favourite pieces from this half of the collection:

Unfortunately I couldn't get hold of a group picture of the black collection but all of the models are wearing biker helmets and remind me of the dark side of spider man(venom!)
This whole collection appears to give a good and evil kind of vibe the good being quite girly and preppy, the bad quite dark and edgy.
Here are some of my favourite pieces from the black pieces

Thanks for reading!
What do you think of this collection??

Jenny xxx

1 comment:

Ros.E. said...

what a show!!!
nice to find your blog dear ;-)

xxx Ros.e.

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