If this room wasn't startling enough, the second one blew you - and the clothes - away. If you are here, you are viewing the lookbook images for Genius Collection 1: JW Anderson.
The eleven collections shown last February included a few repeat Moncler collaborators as well as some new names, giving the not - so - modest quilted jacket the majesty of a Valentino gown, under Pierpaolo Piccioli; the Edwardian goth of Simone Rocha; and, of course, the highly conceptual yet highly wearable design credentials of Craig Green.
In what was both a clever coping technique for dealing www.monclersoutlets.com with the pressure of delivery - especially considering that Anderson helms two other houses already - and a move that will prove catnip to his long - term fans, the designer used this opportunity to revisit some of the most beloved ideas of his career.
In short, he's never been the type of person to stay within a single discipline. I love the simplicity of black - and - white, how you can cancel something out or emphasize other things.
So Moncler Outlet we have used the Moncler technique to inflate pieces we have done in the past, like the hat from the Riviera collection (spring '15 womenswear) or the ruffled men's short with the knee - high boot (fall '14 menswear)." What we got was a glorious confection of J - Dubs lite: not in mental calories but in down - delivered weightlessness.
I learned a lot about myself as a photographer. In this women's edition of the 1952 line, Leoni mustered a uniform for what she imagined as: "an army of women fighting to go back to a lost paradise, a radical nature where everything could happen again with spontaneity, and beauty and freedom can be the principle of life." Tubular padded bags and soft - passed bangles in a snakeskin finish hinted at the serpentine and paradise lost, and the red sand - scape through which the models walked was aridly purgatorial.