OUR THEME ‘FRENZY’ DECLINED FOR THE KIDS MARKET
In the face of a permanent blink of screens, of random daily mashups, enabled by the internet ‘’all-access’’ world, a web chameleon generation claims to draw its energy from contrasts, to mix and play, unhibited, and without any logics, for everything is equally valid, everything gets shared in the global village... High culture and ultra-bourgeois codes clash, pile up and crossbreed with kitsch popular references, in a speed, fun, almost improvised cacophony. The dressing is creative, streetlike, mixed with influences, loaded with antidote irony.
Silk, brocard, Monseigneur gems, trompe-l'oeil trimmings... High genre codes, desacralized, crossbreed with streetwear. A bold, stunning merge, halfway through tribute and mockery.
1. Royal embroidery infiltrate street culture 2. Vans ‘’royales’’, with Hermès 3. Imperial place on T-shirt, Acne 4. Collarless jacket lined with gold lame on a Sequin Stretch tube skirt, short woolen jacket with silk collar on plaid pants
Electrified, hijacked, kitschy … Fake fur takes to the street, upside down and from every angle, definitively done with the old bourgeois tag.
1. Singer Bjork, electric and flaming 2. “Plush toys” sneakers, Adidas original by Jeremy Scott 3. Flashy fox, Jeremy Scott 4. Bi-material jacket, wool inset with fur and flat fur sweatshirt
Wild graffiti, graphical trompe l'œil… An overdose of references, saturated and punchy mixes from the street, until all landmarks are gone.
1. Designer Taz Arnolds eccentric associations 2. Georges Clinton, excessive mind of the 80s 3. Kidult, anti establishment graffiti artist of luxury brands 4. Carré Hermès, in its street culture version, by graffiti artist Kongo 5. Oversized parka on tapestry sweatshirt, patch jacket on extended hoodie