Saturday, November 13, 2010

Ann Demeulemeester Spring 2011 Bondage




















The Belgian designer created a chic collection appropriate for the craziest among us.  The black, white and print presentation had many pieces with straitjacket-like straps and a sculpted bondage feeling.  There were many one-legged looks that may be too avant-garde for most wearers.  However, many of the leather, jersey and crepe jackets and  pants were accessible to most.
The hair was severe and slicked back with harshly marked eyebrows.  An intimidating mesh veil was used as a mask or accessory in some looks as well.

3 comments:

ell. said...

Hello, I'm studying Fashion promotion at University in England and am doing a project on Macabre. It would be a great help if you were able to answer a few questions as soon as possible.

Why are you interested in the subject of Macabre?

What made you decide to write a blog about Macabre?

What are your thoughts on Macabre?

Why do you think Macabre is becoming more apparent in contemporary visual culture?

Do you think the theme of Macabre is successful in the fashion industry and why?

Thanks for your time

Ellen Clarke

Don said...

Damn they are are hot.

WatchSource said...

Good job. I think the theme of Macabre "will be the future" in fashion industry.

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