2009 October 5
Viktor & Rolf - Paris Spring 2010
(PARIS) Technically laudable, Victor & Rolf's Spring 2010 once again showed what wonder these designers can work with a lot of tulle and just as much imagination. The most memorable concept was literally taking a bite out of fashion-creating gaping holes or panels in the skirts of ballgowns and then stiffly layering up the fabrics inside. It was as if the gowns were simultaneoulsly solid objects and regular old clothes that move on command. Expect the editors to fight for samples. But there were more commercial options as well, namely trim jackets paired with billowing silk pants in dove grey and pale peach.
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For our latest assistant tête–à–tête, your Daily decided to get on the beauty beat, so we headed straight for Allure’s glossy 4 Times Square digs. There, amid their well-stocked...