April 27, 2009

2 in 1: False appearances and Sunglasses

Optical burst games this spring on the catwalk in clothes risky and fraught with a sense of humor.
If there is a discipline open to tips for effect that is certainly in fashion. The frontier between real and unreal is blurred and precisely therein lies the charm of the seam. But this spring, designers have transcended the limits of deliberately entering the field of optical illusions, as it did 60 years ago, the great Elsa Schiaparelli.
The trompe l'oeil take over clothes, shoes and handbags in a clear tribute to the great artists who have nurtured this creative style, as Fornasetti in interior design; Magritte in painting and, more recently, Chema Madoz, photography. Although the sense of humor is the guide such experiments.
Some developers have already made this a trick for effect of its identity, as Jean-Charles de Castelbajac and Sonia Rykiel. But others, like Rodarte, Antonio Berardi Karl Lagerfeld or dare with them for the first time with excellent results. (via vogue.es)

Fever 'trompe l'oeil' version Lencero, burst in the collection of Antonio Berardi, introducing suggestive in their veils of lace dresses.

Alexander McQueen also plays the dismissal in this type Bustier dress, by introducing a piece nude color that seems invisible.
The technique of 'trompe l'oeil' owes almost everything to René Magritte. In the image, one of his most recognizable paintings
For his part in this technique introduces Chanel bags, diluting the border between fashion and advertising
Deception sifted through a sense of humor is part of the philosophy of Jean-Charles de Castelbajac.
The jungle is the hyper version in this design dress by Christopher Kane.
Like the box Magrit, this is not a cup, but an original rack at Urban Outfitters.
Lagerfeld jokes with the other Lagerfeld (the character) in their original bags.
In his parade, Sonia Rykiel is by itself celebrates its 40th anniversary, and it is the great step Elsa Schiaparelli.
The Schiap pioneered the introduction surreal elements into their clothing.
This cabinet is one of the most important milestones of Fornasetti, the master of optical illusions applied to interior design.
The human skeleton is outside the hands of Rodarte.
Marc Jacobs makes some simple fun dancing in a black mouse.
Chema Madoz's photographs question the role of objects with a sense of humor and sensitivity.















Second Part: Sunglasses
Stella McCartney, Alberta Ferretti, Carolina Herrera
Gucci, Derek Lam, Christian Dior
Hermès, Hussein Chalayan, Dries Van Noten
Louis Vuitton, Marni, Jil Sander
Missoni, Pollini, Matthew Williamson
Zac Posen, Yohji Yamamoto, Vera Wang







Huge: Lanvin, Oscar de la Renta, Dolce & Gabbana


Round: Vera Wang, Proenza Schouler, Ralph Lauren


Transparent: 3.1 Phillip Lim, Chanel Resort, Thakoon


Framed white: Carolina Herrera, Derek Lam, Emilio Pucci
photos via style.com and vogue.es

21 comments:

Hanh said...

Lagerfeld is the best. Rodarte is very cool. I met the sisters once at Barney in Dallas .They are down to the earth, nice people.
Hanh,
www.life-in-travel.blogspot.com

janettaylor said...

Cool sunglasses!

I want that Karl Lagerfeld bag! Dream! :)

XoXo

Cyrielle- Unlimited Clothes said...

aaawww the bustier dress A.W is wonderfull! this selection is so interesting! The dress with the man on the moon is amazin too
<3

vicki archer said...

I am going with the retro styles and yes that is my book, xv.

Couture Carrie said...

What a wonderful post! Love all the shades, and how you included Magritte! The tromp l'oeil styles are so fabulous!

xoxox,
CC

kelly said...

that chanel bag. i wanted so bad but just for collections purposes..but for some reason i wuss out! now i want it even more

Pop Champagne said...

cool! Some of those sunglasses are crazy!

Savvy Mode SG said...

i adore oversize shades. with the chanel bag, i think it's just too much of a walking ad. besides for about $2500, i can think of better way to spend it.

Krystal said...

all of those are amazing x

cherie said...

wonderful post! it's so great that you're back, you provide so many inspirations :D

Bucca said...

Beautiful ! I love most of these!

alissa said...

i adore the marc jacobs shoes - so cute.
also i will take one of each of the sunglasses. please send stat.

Peter Breese said...

Jean-Charles de Castelbajac humor is awesome. I have to ask, when did these huge sun glasses come back into fashion? It's nice because you don't need sun lotion for your cheeks... their covered :).

tanya said...

yay, you're back!!! I wish I could wear some of these glasses--they're so kooky they're fabulous :-)

I Like Stuff said...

I love the collection of sunglasses you've put together! I've been jonesing for a pair of round sunglasses but they all seem to look terrible on me! I might just have to abandon the dream...

The Localist said...

i love your selection of sunglasses - great blog!

i've posted some street style pics from Australian Fashion Week if you want to have a look....

xo

Jazzle Dazzle said...

clever choices. I've always lusted after that Lagerfeld tote. i love your blog x

K @ Blog Goggles said...

I want everything Tromp L'Oeil. Espcially those MJ mouse flats :)

AbstractLine said...

Love your blog !!!

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Meg said...

Tha Karl Lagerfeld bag is pretty awesome. I lov the sense of humour in the first pictures!

phamzy said...

great photos! these the the best fashion inspirations!


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