Anrealage F/W 09.10 「 凹 凸 」Collection

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  1. venjeans

    venjeans New Member

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    quote from anrealage.com

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  4. Zazie

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    OMG...I LOVE THIS! it's conceptual fashion which is nonetheless very wearable. It really rethinks the construction of shape and how it takes on more interesting shapes when the occupant changes. I only wish he had gone one step further, eg., incorporating a rectangle bag into the clothes which can be removed, thus making the 3-D shaping functional. I really like this nonetheless. :heart:
     
  5. BerlinRocks

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    love it ...

    really funny ...
    yes conceptual ... but still i can go beyond that ...

    one of the most interesting thing i've seen in 'experiment' fashion for a long time ...

    is it their first appearance on tfs ?
     
  6. wheneveriwakeup

    wheneveriwakeup a hymn to darkness

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    This is pretty cool...
    Thanks for sharing!
     
  7. venjeans

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    The first collection that i saw from this label was back in '06 i and really loved it.
    it wasn't as good as this one but i liked the idea how he incorporate alphabet into clothes.
    Also S/S 09 has similar concept with F/W 09-10.
     
  8. knockturnal

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    love the first jacket/trench - lovely!
     
  9. droogist

    droogist spoilt victorian child

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    Ooh, brilliant. It's been a long time since anything in fashion has put a smile on my face quite like this. Thanks for posting!
     
  10. sqekcx

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    Wow this is very interesting and original.
     
  11. user500

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    wow! awesome concept!
     
  12. Crying Diamonds

    Crying Diamonds Geometric Discharge

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    It's clever. It's like upholstered clothes.
     
  13. Romantic Rebel

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    Those will look probably better if it is already worn.
     
  14. gius

    gius écrivain

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    he must be the same guy who made the giant patent leather purses
    which could also be worn as dresses...

    are these the same idea --multifunctional clothes
    a shirt that can also be used as a chest of drawers? ^^
    or is the shape actually built into the garment itself



    + what are these signs... 凹 凸
     
  15. oomarhatelier

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    one of the most interesting thing i've ever seen.
     
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    ah, very interesting! :flower:
     
  17. Ampop

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    ^_^ I bet [Female (凹)+ Male (凸)] collections ... :rolleyes: I mean it is obvious to me.

    Those symbols join representing the male and female ... :flower:
     
  18. sqekcx

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    In Chinese these two characters means what it looks like. 凹 means concave and 凸 is the exact opposite, convex. I don't speak Japanese, but I'm pretty sure it applies to Japanese as well.

    You can see the 凹凸 in this collection.
     
  19. gius

    gius écrivain

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    ah ! thanks

    i just started to notice, the signs are in the clothes themselves..
     
  20. starrygurlrox

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    yup japanese have the same kanji characters, adapted from chinese (i'm proficient in both languages).
     

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