Wildness embodied

Fashion, like art, is very subjective. Either you like it or you don’t. I recently discovered this outstanding fashion designer – Iris van Herpen. Her futurenism style, almost architectural, appeals to me.

“For me fashion is an expression of art that is very close related to me and to my body. I see it as my expression of identity combined with desire, moods and cultural setting.

In all my work I try to make clear that fashion is an artistic expression, showing and wearing art, and not just a functional and devoid of content or commercial tool. With my work I intend to show that fashion can certainly have an added value to the world,  that it can be timeless and that its consumption can be less important then its beginning. Wearing clothing creates an exciting and imperative form of self-expression. ‘Form follows function’ is not a slogan with which I concur. On the contrary, I find that forms complement and change the body and thus the emotion. Movement, so essential to and in the body, is just as important in my work. By bringing form, structure and  materials together in a new manner, I try to suggest and realize optimal tension and movement.”
Like a saying “eyes eat first”. We’re very much how we dress. As in Paris, people are mad with black clothing, especially women. I have more than one friend who purchase only black or grey coloured clothing. While in tropical countries like Africa, Singapore, Thailand etc, people are more intend to pick colourful clothing. It reveals a great deal of a personality.
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