Future tuxedo tails were a little out of place, and the tails formed an asymmetrical line on the side of the jackets. Feathered sandals peeked out from under his pants. With a belt, the jacket became a mini dress worn with lace fishnet stockings. Strappy tops were laced at the sides and worn over mini skirts. The oversized bow of a suit jacket was tied neatly next to the cheek. The ready-to-use palate was strictly monotonous in bold shades of tangerine, lavender, blue-green and black.
Japanese culture received more than a few nods, with a kimono mini, a frontal obi belt jacket, and an open-leg dress with a botanical print made of silk that was generously decorated with feather-light stripes. The fabulous glasses included single-lens shields, and platform sandals appeared to be covered in creeping organic matter, effects that were part science fiction, part Harajuku.
“Mutant Glamor,” said the collection notes.
The mood became more intense with the evening wear, with sculptural details like a velvet bubble ruffle on an off-the-shoulder dress, huge ruffled and bell-shaped sleeves like a mushroom on a crystal-crusted dress. Accordion pleats created a cape-like effect on a fitted dress that was covered with lace. Circular fold fans bloomed like so many water lily leaves from the top of a fold number.
“A fusion of human savoir-faire and the splendor of Mother Nature ignites the reappearance in the natural through the skilful man-made production of silk, wool, taffeta, brocade, jacquard and fil coupe.” Notes said.