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Justin Poortinga by Willy Vanderperre









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Amanda Laine by Willy Vanderperre




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Diana Dondoe by Willy Vanderperre

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[I have one question : did he style Boy with Suvi K. published in V 46]
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he is a genius..the way he does miu miu and prada is just adorable...i love his work!!!especially his older works

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Kanye West by Willy Vanderperre





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A Young Man of Extra-Ordinary Personal Beauty
Thibault, Jeremy, Clément, Eddie, Doug, Rogier, Girts, Yannick, Lucas, George, Maxime Luiz, Tristan, Julien, and Jesper by Willy Vanderperre
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THE ICONOCLAST, MILAN
PRADA PROJECT by OLIVIER RIZZO


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The third round of Prada’s Iconoclasts project has kicked off in Milan with celebrated stylist and editor, Olivier Rizzo at the helm. The only male stylist taking part in the event, Rizzo has, rather conversely, been designated the single Iconoclast store dedicated to women’s wear. Mannequins clad in white huddle together in the window display, standing strong against a cluster of black figures behind, almost like shadows cast against the light - with Rizzo’s stylistic stamp made well before you set foot onto Prada’s sumptuous white-grape carpeting, you know you are in for a treat.
The monochromatic statement made in the window is repeated throughout the ground floor and deep into the first. further into the first floor however, richer, lighter tones take over - filtering from Navy into brown, gold into beige before finally returning to pure, unadulterated white.
As with Katie Grand’s stylistic accomplishments on the London leg of the Iconoclast tour, Rizzo has liberally mingled a few menswear pieces into the mix. Alongside the mannish plain cotton jersey pieces, archive garments and memorable items from Prada’s recent history - including the much-loved bottle-top sequins – brought a sense of diversity to Rizzo’s smart set-up.
Along with the graceful chromatic simplicity directing proceedings across the floors, Rizzo has endeavoured to give customers a few extra extravagances to keep them enthralled. Whilst we adored the sumptuously decorated boudoir room in the back of the store, Rizzo’s ‘guilty pleasure room’, filled with patterns and eclectic prints, was particularly inspired.
Here mixed this season’s python prints, with re-editioned pieces from 2003’s remarkable Holiday & Brown project (soon to be used in the packaging of the new Infusion de Fleur d'Oranger perfume). Some of the outstanding prints from the last resort collection were also present.
Topping things off with a suitably sophisticated flourish, all store staff were chicly clad in 1950s style tubino dresses, and will remain so throughout the week. Rizzo claims to be obsessed with detail, and if these added touches are anything to go by, he is not prone to exaggeration.

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The store in Milan’s Via Monte Napoleone


The ground floor interior made over by Olivier Rizzo


Olivier Rizzo


Rizzo’s colourful ‘guilty pleasure’ room




Rizzo’s colourful ‘guilty pleasure’ room


The ‘boudoir room’ with furniture from Prada’s original 1913 Galleria store.



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FAME ON YOU, Les rotondes de la Galerie Ravenstein, Bruxelles, 1999
Exhibition by Olivier Rizzo and Peter de Potter
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UNE EXPO SUR WARHOL ET LA MODE


Pour ce projet, Modo Bruxellæ a contacté le styliste Olivier Rizzo, ainsi que le journaliste de mode Peter De Potter. Tous deux font autorité dans leur domaine. Il leur a été demandé d'élaborer un concept qui évoque l'oeuvre d'Andy Warhol en utilisant la mode bruxelloise comme matière première, en la projetant dans un univers qu'elle ne fréquente que fort peu.

Olivier et Peter ont opté pour une exposition de photos résolument modernes, des images contemporaines qui évoquent des thèmes chers à Warhol, en se focalisant sur le travail de l'image dans la mode actuelle. Des références trop évidentes au travail de Warhol ont été soigneusement évitées. Pas de nuages argentés, de Marylin colorées, de chaises électriques et encore moins de boîtes de lessive... Les icones qui ont rendu Warhol célèbre, n'apparaissent pas dans l'exposition " Fame on You ".

Le duo Rizzo-De Potter a préféré débusquer cinq thèmes très "warholiens" en les utilisant comme point de départ de leur travail photographique. Ces cinq thèmes sont évidemment très proches du monde de la mode. Chacun d'entre-eux est développé dans une série de photos, réalisées en collaboration avec de jeunes photographes belges, ainsi que des professionnels du make-up.

Le duo Rizzo-De Potter a réalisé un travail de régisseur, choisissant l'équipe, élaborant le stylisme et façonnant la signification de chaque image originale. Le style personnel de chaque photographe et les notes particulières amenées par chaque maquilleur ont bien sûr influencé le résultat final. Aucune des photos n'est une promotion pour l'un ou l'autre créateur ou une des marques sélectionnées. Le projet veut voir plus loin.

A sa manière, l'exposition raconte, à la fois, la mode de Bruxelles et l'influence encore exercée par Warhol sur le monde visuel. Chaque image existe pour elle-même et possède aussi différents niveaux de lecture.

CREATIONS BRUXELLOISES

Tous les vêtements utilisés pour les photos sont des créations bruxelloises de :

Annemie Verbeke, Azniv Afsar, Chine, Christophe Coppens, College, Cortina, Gerald Watelet, Laetitia Crahay, Olivier Strelli, Olivier Theyskens, own, Rue Blanche, Sofie D'Hoore, System, Xavier Delcour, Walter Lecompte.

Pour créer une harmonie, seules des pièces en noir ou blanc ont été sélectionnées.

LES COLLABORATEURS A L'EXPOSITION "FAME ON YOU"

A. Concept/Art Direction/Styling

OLIVIER RIZZO (1969)

1993 : Academie des Beaux-Arts d'Anvers - Création de mode
1993/94 : Premier assistant de Walter Van Beirendonck

Styling-freelance :
1995-1998 : Jurgi Persoons
1995-1999 : Consultant en image pour les campagnes Kyuso
1996-1999 : Look Books en styling W</Mustang
1997 : Wim Neels Men
1998 : Styling expo W< et Walter Van Beirendonck Boymans- de Beuningen à Rotterdam
Eté 1999 et hiver 1999-2000 : art direction Ruffo Research (Milan)

Magazines :
1996-1999 : Weekend Knack, Sputnik.

PETER DE POTTER (1970)

1992 : Academie des Beaux-Arts d'Anvers - Création de mode

Journalisme de mode et trendwatching.
Domaines : Mode, photographie, art contemporain, media, musique

Magazines :
Weekend Knack, Sputnik, Label, Max Germany, Blvd.


B. Photographes
WILLY VANDERPERRE (1971)

Academie des Beaux-Arts d'Anvers - Création de mode Academie des Beaux-Arts d'Anvers - Photographie

Magazines :
Shoe Report, Label, Sputnik, Igloo
1998 : Expo 'How To Be Sputnik' (Vitrine 1998 à Anvers)
1999 : Photography Director - Sputnik Magazine
1999 : Invitation Ruffo Research Hiver 1999-2000.


LUC PRAET (1966)

Magazines :
Weekend Knack, Man, Stern, Playboy, Attitude, Up Street

Campagnes :
Olivier Strelli, L'Oréal, Renault.


RAF COOLEN (1965)

Photographe backstage :
Martin Margiela, AF Vandevorst, Véronique Branquinho, Raf Simons

Magazines :
City Magazine, Studio Voice, Sputnik.


BERT HOUBRECHTS (1969)

Academie des Beaux-Arts d'Anvers - Photographie Magazines :
Visionaire, Self Service, Studio Voice, Sputnik.

Catalogues :
Dirk Schönberger, Olivier Theyskens

Photographe de défilé à Paris :
Dries Van Noten, Raf Simons, Dirk Bikkembergs, Véronique Branquinho.

C. Make-up artists

PETER PHILIPS (1967)

Academie des Beaux-Arts d'Anvers - Création de mode

Magazines :
Visionaire, Self Service, View On Colour, Studio Voice, Sputnik, Weekend Knack, Man

Shows à Paris :
Olivier Theyskens, Raf Simons, Véronique Branquinho, Dirk Schönberger

Shows à Milan :
Ruffo Research

Shows à Anvers :
Academie des Beaux-Arts d'Anvers - Création de mode.
RUDI CREMERS (1964)

Make-up artist habituel pour Ann Demeulemeester

Magazines :
Weekend Knack, Sputnik

Collaborateur habituel de nombreux photographes de mode renommés.



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A EXPO ON WARHOL AND THE FASHION

For this project, Modo Bruxellæ contacted the designer Olivier Rizzo, as well as the journalist of mode Peter De Potter. Both make authority in their field. He to them was asked d' to work out a concept which evokes l' work d' Andy Warhol by using the fashion of Brussels as raw material, by projecting it in a universe qu' she attends only very little. Olivier and Peter chose an exposure of resolutely modern photographs, contemporary images which evoke expensive topics with Warhol, while focusing themselves on the work of l' image in the current fashion. Too obvious references to the work of Warhol were carefully avoided. No silver plated clouds, of Marylin coloured, electric chairs and even less boxes of detergent… The icons which made Warhol famous, n' do not appear in l' exposure " Famed one You ". The duet Rizzo-With Potter preferred to flush out five topics very " warholiens" by using them as starting point of their photographic work. These five topics are obviously very close to the world of the mode. Each one d' is developed to between-them in a series of photographs, carried out in collaboration with young Belgian photographers, as well as professionals of the make-up. The duet Rizzo-With Potter completed a work of manager, choosing l' equip, working out stylism and working the significance of each original image. The personal style of each photographer and the particular notes brought by each make-up man of course influenced the end result. None the photographs n' is a promotion for l' one or l' another creator or one of the selected marks. The project wants to see further. With its manner, l' exposure tells, at the same time, the fashion of Brussels and l' influence still exerted by Warhol on the visual world. Each image exists for itself and has also various reading levels.

CREATIONS OF BRUSSELS

All the clothing used for the photographs is creations of Brussels of: Saddle-oyster Verbeke, Azniv Afsar, China, Christophe Coppens, College, Cortina, Gerald Watelet, Laetitia Crahay, Olivier Strelli, Olivier Theyskens, own, White Street, Sofie D' Hoore, System, Xavier Delcour, Walter Lecompte. To create a harmony, only parts in black or white were selected.

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