You can’t be serious! 34 years ago?! The number itself triggers a wave of anxiety in my ongoing struggle to not freak out! The panic, the turmoil, the existential crisis…
Vivienne Westwood was on the scene during Britain’s early Punk years. She was part of the “anti-everything” movement the music and the Punks embraced.
Fashions she presented during the show were often gender-neutral in the sense that men and women could wear whatever they want without the constricting rules of society.
The fashions in the picture are what some would call “avant-garde”. I call them 21st century incarnations of the Punk culture.
So said Beverly Sutphin – actress Kathleen Turner – in John Waters’ 1994 comedy/satire “Serial Mom”.
The lady perpetrating the fashion faux-pas is played by Patty Hearst. (If you don’t know who Patty Hearst is and what happened in 1974 – just do an internet search for “Patty Hearst SLA” and you’ll get the gist.)
For more info about Serial Mom on rottentomatoes.com
The unofficial fashion rule can be traced back more than 100 years to some snobby millionaires.
These days anyone can wear white anytime.
mentalfloss.com: Why Can’t You Wear White After Labor Day? | Mental Floss
Filmmakers Ian Bonhôte and Peter Ettedgui are the latest people to pay tribute to …
Yin and Yang, darkness and light find their balance, in FF territory for Spring/Summer 2019. Creative Director Silvia Venturini Fendi collaborate with guest artist Nico Vascellari
whose obsession with playful anagrams and a mythological view of the natural world manifests across an easy wardrobe of performing streamlined staples.
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See every single red carpet look from your favorite celebrities and designers at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
However anyone wants to label it, initially I expected an avant-garde GUCCI-driven fantasy. For me it is that, however, I also get a sense of realism and honesty in the way Michael Clark looks and moves in the images.
Published on Mar 19, 2018
In British GQ and Gucci’s original video series ‘The Performers’ Act VI, post punk dancer Michael Clark performs in Tokyo’s love hotels and in a bath house.
Director: Johnny Hardstaff
Music: Chloé ft. Ben Shemie ‘Recall’
Seeing the menswear looks of the day from the past 100 years, it’s clear that men’s fashion is not all that cyclical.
businessinsider.com: 100 years of American men’s fashion, in pictures – Business Insider