Viktor & Rolf have undeniably succeeded in stunning the fashion crowd once again, with ‘Wearable Art’, their latest Couture collection that combines Baroque tradition and action painting. While building upon the theme of Couture as Art and likening the role of a dressmaker to that of a painter and sculptor, the Dutch duo staged the ‘artist at work’.
The opening looks thus featured models with nude makeup and carefully combed ponytails, clothed in dresses, skirts and jackets made of blank ...
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