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Discussion in 'Designers and Collections' started by user500, Mar 26, 2010.
i found more and slighty bigger photos on fashionsnap.com
they updated their site with a video for the s/s '10 show.. hoping fall will come soon too. very curious about the music ,,and the set! ♥ .any info maybe on who might have built it?
when i saw it first, i initially thought of the comme des garcons bridal collection and also was reminded of tao's styling. although it is surely inspired by them i don't see a reference as a problem at all. it is not an adoption, it is greatly executed on its own!
all very nice shapes!
also it is interesting how the designer has integrated and customised the white vans shoes.
what i that ? it's really unbelievable to see that, to make ppl looking at you some are ready to do things like that. there is nothing, except maybe last pieces. we aready saw that, and the religion inspirations are disgusting
Haha it's such a cute collection, some of the white laced dresses are very nice
on their blogsite i have found some more pics and also a link to the company who has made the lights (and maybe the whole set?). too bad i cannot read japanese.
the link to the blog is:
Thanks user! I have to go to La Cienega one day : No mention of the wooden houses on the blog, but really does look like it fits right into the shop. Says the chandeliers and rosaries are theirs --and the headdresses, even bracelets etc. are made out of sugar!! by the company, Anniversary. Also the one wedding cake one model is carrying.
These are 3 wedding dresses made in collaboration,
and can be ordered through, wedding attire company, Cli'O mariage.
And the music is violinist Yuki Hanai
There are clips of her songs here
Apparently it was a really dramatic fashion show. ^^
thanks for posting user500
I like it very much and think it's nice she opted for a more straightforward presentation this season to let her lovely clothes shine. it's true her work is really derivative but she also has a consistent style and is unique in her own right; her fabric choices and construction are really great if you see her stuff in person.. so as a fan of hers this collection is a treat as usual.
Appears the model built in the back is a replica of a real church in Paris
searched as many I could online -the closest I've found is the Panthéon at Île-de-France with the dome in the centre and the four parts jutting outward. Very unconventional looking church^^ There is also a row of Roman columns in front
As for the clothes themselves my first thought was not CDG or tao, but I see it now.. There's so much use of ruffles and also squares of fabric cut off and pasted here and there.. but I hang out with those lolita/gothic crowds <_< and this is what I normally see and expect to see even.. It does seem focused around the wedding theme in the end, I thought there was something else when I first saw it, which I'm disappointed a bit about now ^^;;; with the nice church (or house I first thought) in the aisle and crucifix and flowers with green leaves.. I was looking for a manger somewhere lol. And animals!
what the hell....