So I went to Kenzo fashion show last Sunday and I was shocked but glad at the same time to see the other side of Kenzo for the upcoming A/W 2014 collection. Well, here's a treat for you guys since I was able to capture some interesting details during the runway show.
"Our silhouette holds contrasts in volume, and everything is amplified. Lean and tall or high-waisted and exaggerated, the stucture remains resolutely, ultra-feminine. Collars are reinterpreted, blown up and tied around the waist as nonchalantly and intimately as the appropriation of a mans coat. The whole worls is wild at heart and weird on top. Tool creatures, printed and embroidered onto jackets, skirts and pants come in woods, metals and pespex."
Yes people, this is Kenzo, shocked aren't you? In an amazing way of course. Those bold prints, those interesting silhouettes with detachable paneling, those 3D effects and those exaggerated details really crushed the show! I can't even pick my personal favorite from this collection but the big neon skirt is such an eye candy. Collaborated with David Lynch for the mysterious runway setting and music definitely takes the show to a whole new level.
And this is what I wore to the show, I really can't get enough of these limited edition of madame booties from Kandee Shoes, my most comfortable high boots at the moment. I love the fact that these boots always grab people's attention, so why don't you grab a pair now before it's too late? ;)
Photos of me by Michelle Theodore.
Double breasted blue coat - Romwe
Rockstud sling bag - Valentino
Military hat - Thrift Shop