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Colorata, estrosa, frizzante: Carmen Miranda ha incantato gli anni 40 con il suo spirito carioca e la sue canzoni, un inno all’allegria e alla joie de vivre.
Indimenticabili i suoi cappelli, grondanti di frutta colorata, e gli abiti variopinti; oggi l’ésprit tropicale delle sue mise rivive nelle collezioni della Primavera-Estate 2012 che ammiccano per colori e suggestioni a uno stile esotico.
Via libera quindi alle gonne, ampissime e lunghe, e alla pancia scoperta, trend di stagione che riporta in auge una sensualità tipica dei paesi dell’america latina. Ai loro usi e costumi liberamente si ispira Missoni, ma vene tropicali si ravvisano in moltissime collezioni, che trovano i loro punti di forza in una palette decisa e una sensualità caliente.thanks to vanityfair.it
She is a young (27) and very creative fashion designer presenting her own peculiar visions of the universe through her innovative, unique work on the fashion stage. Merging high technology, traditional craftsmanship, intricacy of form and unusual fabrication for her presentations, she perceives fashion as a form of self-expression. The latest fashion show, titled “Micro”, is a nod to the complexity and incredibility of microscopic organisms that have a substantial impact into our world. The creatures visible only through special microscopic tools enhanced with the photography of Steve Gschmeissner become a true inspiration for Iris as a base of her spring 2012 Haute Couture collection. The captured beauty of bacilli and vermin, while very uncanny for many, can be a breathtaking source of fashion expression.
The collection was created with the use of artisanship and 3D printing techniques fusing present and future significance with the complexity of the costume design. Because of her perfectionism in achieving a goal and a belief in the power of teamwork, Iris van Herpen invited a group of professionals and artists including an architect, Isaie Bloch, graphic artist Tara Doughans, artist Michael Hansmeyer, hat designer Stephen Jones as well as 3D print company Materialise. The palette of colours used in the collection has mainly a light attribute where white and beige dominance is also enriched with ray-grey, brown, copper, dark metal silver and metallic aubergine.
Iris introduces a new light into the avant-garde signature, less dark yet very artful and fresh in its point of view.