Dutch fashion designers Viktor & Rolf turn broken picture frame filled with fabric in haute couture during her latest catwalk show through a wall it to take off clothes and drape it over models. The wearable art collection was the mezzanine space of the Palais de Tokyo during the Paris Haute Couture autumn winter 2015 fashion week yesterday showed.
Viktor Horsting and Rolf Snoeren, the Amsterdam-based fashion house founded in, took to assist in filling out the outfits in the collection live on the catwalk.
Is fashion art? The answer to this question is discussed for nearly two centuries. So no doubters among Viktor Horsting and Rolf Snoeren of followers put the duo on a runway map cum gallery exhibition present their autumn 2015 couture collection be available – and we think she successfully proved her point.
Models went before a strong white wall, dramatic dresses wear constructed, which saw are made of canvas, wood framing and Crimson color denim, and during the show prints recalled centuries-old portraits and still life’s. Instead of behind the scenes on the road, held the models before the designers, deconstructs her clothes and she at the blank wall behind them hung. The time, joined the show to an end, a full gallery was created, which make for a memorable final moment.
The brand has already stopped their ready to work in an effort to combine its efforts and focus solely on the artistry of Couture wear. Folding frame has transformed into works of art from portrait collar to complete abstracts thus coats, dresses and cloaks. We rather like piece, but polished and looking forward to more awesomeness from these two without the freakiness run up a meaty hand thought out a warped canvas. Of course, what is even more interesting the way, dating of tiered gown to triptych these pieces in actual wall art in a matter of minutes, without turning a moment? Art collector of Han Nefkens will buy a piece and donate to the Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen, but this would dress in simple; never again carried a hanging artwork, sold at least up to the highest bidder, far in the future.
Meanwhile, unfastening the designers doubled as a performance artist, methodically works from a variety of models and hangs it on the wide white wall. The speed of installation was impressive by any measure – by tiered gown, triptych minutes. The final appearance to represent, the most extreme building and most comprehensive factory – moved a Dutch still life on a model. Their crumpled, splattered and discontinuous structure gave the impression of a masterpiece that had saved a few minutes too late from a garbage compressor. Fortunately, a similar fate is going to suffer not these creations: venerable art collector of Han Nefkens has a buy back, which he later is said to donations to the Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen. Except that on the display, the work can be worn: it is art for art’s sake. And as such, when the time comes, it will sell for more.
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