LAZOSCHMIDL Fall/Winter 2015

Honouring the Duchampian idea of readymades, clothes present themselves as singular sculptures informed by the banal, weird and random. Pockets are misplaced upside down. Hybrid shirts worn back to front. And sleeves left un-attached. A collection that is a question of meaning.


Autobiographic Autobiography, 2015

or 'I Don't Care About What I Said Tomorrow'

Trousers Raf Simons/Sterling Ruby Fall/Winter 2014
Top Raf Simons Spring/Summer 2015

Nothing is right. There is no right or wrong. Singular things feel right, a holistic vision that continuously changes feels right. Distortion, disturbance, asynchronism are altight. The future is always right.


The Craft V

1. Jean-Michel Basquiat & Stephen Sprouse Graffiti Jacket, 1980s
2. Moschino Fall/Winter 2015
3. Claire Barrow Fall/Winter 2015
4. Rashid Johnson Space Twins, 2010
5. Rashid Johnson I Talk White, 2003

Graffiti sequin dress glamour (Jeremy) and sticker patched leather DIY (Claire). The luxury of subverting luxury (Jeremy) and the subversion of luxe avantgarde (Claire). Black scribbles and letters on a white canvas, the social commentary on equality always to remain en vogue.


Fashion Charts XX

1. Dior Fall/Winter 2015

2. Céline Fall/Winter 2015

3. Louis Vuitton Fall/Winter 2015

Longing for nu animal print. The attempt of psychodelia camouflage (Raf), the literal sophistication of tackiness (Phoebe), the iconic trash of non-re-monogramming (Nicolas). Whatever it is, go zebra.

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Mass Of The Deceased

Comme des Garçons Fall/Winter 2015

This time, Comme released the rotten brides of previous seasons. The post-body sculptures made of oversized spheres, tendrils and pipes were covered by thin layers of lace, brocade and tulle. Just like mold, they indicated all things morbid and dying.

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