winter 2008

winter 2008

Imagine Junet et Caros movie "City of the lost children". The grown ups want to steal the children´s dreams, and the their courage in this battle is described. The costumes by Jean Paul Gaultier reflects the naive and childish in the use of broad stripes in knitwear, visible applied bands and buttons.

Amelia Earhart was the first woman to cross the Atlantic Ocean by plane by herself. Sadly, she disappeared when she tried to fly around the world. She became a mythical heroine in a world dominated by men. Her styles was androgynous. Femininity and masculinity was combined in a sophisticated and unpretentious way.

In this collection the two sources of inspiration are combined. The silhouettes shifts from the outmost naive to the conservative. The use of classical materials and dusty colors unites the two opposites, and leaves a sense of the vulnerability and braveness in the story.
A heroine and a myht
Withdrawn
Parachute dress
Present
Determination
A feminine touch
P7 parachute dress
Aviatrix
Wind
Parachute dress in red
AC scarf and hood
Parachute shirt and check trousers
Half & half coat in red
Half & half coat in red
Half & half coat in red
Rib knit jacket and hood
Short, rib knit jacket
Rib knit jacket and hood
Short, rib knit jacket
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A heroine and a myht
Withdrawn
Parachute dress
Present
Determination
A feminine touch
P7 parachute dress
Aviatrix
Wind
Parachute dress in red
AC scarf and hood
Parachute shirt and check trousers
Half & half coat in red
Half & half coat in red
Half & half coat in red
Rib knit jacket and hood
Short, rib knit jacket
Rib knit jacket and hood
Short, rib knit jacket
Show more