Saturday, September 27, 2014

Badgley Mischka #RTW Spring 2015 #NYFW

"For their 25th-anniversary collection, Badgley and Mischka approached it just as they would their 16th or 21st, which is through a modern yet subtly retro lens. After watching '60s French science fiction films, they struck upon the idea of effervescence and weightlessness. Which morphed into 'Marie Antoinette on the moon,' seen in the loose, bustle-worthy ruffles detailing a 'jacquard jackets, and in embroidered gowns in featherlight organza and gazar. The references, thankfully, were subtly used, so the transparent and Plexiglas ideas picked up from the sci-fi flicks showed up here as shattered chandelier crystals glued to Lucite cuffs and crouches. And perhaps because no woman wants to be caught wearing the same dress as another, each gown had a different shape, colour, or embellishment from the next." -

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