The Fashion Week in Paris closes the season parades Pret-A-Porter, presenting collections for the season of Autumn Winter 2012 and 2013 of the world’s most recognized firms. One of the shows most talked was that of the Japanese Kenzo, now in charge of Humberto Leon and Carol Lim. For his second collection in front of Kenzo, Americans had the collaboration of the Spanish-Argentine graphic designer Juan Gatti, as “Spanish art director”. A fresh, youthful collection with a show presented delirious to remember that fashion and art, these levels are the same thing.
The colorful parade was held in the futuristic Université Pierre et Marie Curie. Each level of the university is connected by escalators and stairs diagonally so the models entered and left the scene walking up the stairs before you make your way around the building to finish articulating a particular formation at the bottom.
Gatti created exclusively for original Kenzo reasons that wore printed in some of the models that look like grapes flowers, bicolor geometries and patterns of marble. These designs are mixed with a variety of fabrics such as wool, satin, velvet, fabric technology and Renaissance tapestries reasons. The outerwear become bulky, shoulders and arms sculpted. Smooth curves and attention to detail set the tone harmonious to the collection.
Apply the mix of fabrics in skirts, jackets and coats for day looks and tailored suits, dress shirts and sophisticated motion for the night.
Presents skirts of all lengths, with heavy falls asymmetrical due to the large amount of material. The pants are tight, skinny style, or straight, suitable for all times of day.
The clothes are wintry tones and chords to the station, such as burgundy, mustard, navy, forest green, magenta, although some details of models and colors like yellow and fuchsia. The designs contrasting black and white are an important part of the collection. They also use metallic textures and little transparency.
For this show we worked in collaboration with Delfina Delettrez in jewelry: bracelets and rings or hoops enamel nutshells that capture resin.