More and more people wear fashion only at night or on social media. Instagram may finally save fashion. People now seem to dress up only for the red carpet and photos on their personal homepages. Black is not suitable for taking pictures, so clothes need to be more and more cartoonish. It is changing our perception of beauty. Of course, it also changed mine.
Nowadays, photogenic clothes mean by their very nature they are bold and distinctive. Our standards for beauty are becoming stricter and more sensitive. The tailoring of my clothes this season is simple and has no impact. I design everyday clothes for many celebrities or those who want to look like them, because their daily lives are already occupied by jeans, T-shirts, yoga clothes or sweatshirts. The so-called “everyday clothing” has now become the “everyday” on reality shows and social media. I remember Diana Vreeland once said: “I know a lot of this, but is this enough?” Most of the works in this series are evening wear. Stylish, clean and powerful. My customers will split these clothes into different items and match them with their jeans and sweatshirts during the day. At night, they can choose to wear them from head to toe.
Some people say that I don’t like color, but my first Gucci show was full of color. My Yves Saint Laurent show has always used Mr. Saint Laurent’s color combination, and unexpected collisions seem to occur. These early professional experiences have always been with me and are also reflected in the 2022 spring and summer series. I really like color, but I find that unless it is carefully combined, it will cover up the contours of the shape. This series is full of colors: nude, lavender, yellow-green, light green, exhilarating pink, bronze, tender green, silver, gold and bronze. I either like to match the same color together, or I like strong color collision. In my opinion, a little bit of bad taste is harmless.
The air is filled with the breath of the 90s, at least for me. Maybe it’s because the clothes of that era were simple. A colorful shirt with a pair of cool pants and a pair of awesome shoes. It’s good to learn from the 1990s in 2022, or from the 70s in the 90s, it looks good. Our aesthetic standards today are more arrogant than in the 90s, and so are clothes. I designed a special red velvet suit 25 years ago. At that time, it was heavily exposed and appeared in several fashion shows recently, so I decided to redesign it, choosing more vivid colors and new tailoring. Use the silhouette of men’s clothing to design women’s clothing. In fact, I have always liked women wearing men’s clothing and men wearing non-traditional masculine clothing. I often try to make male models walk on the runway in the same clothes as the female models around me.
This series is heavily influenced by sportswear. After struggling with my son’s desire to wear a basketball vest to school, I decided to accept this trend, but turned sportswear into women’s evening wear. Of course, I still won’t let him wear a basketball vest to school. But if he really, really begged me to wear this sequined piece, I might make one for him. Even if he wears flashy or cool-looking clothes on Zoom, I am happy to help.
In short, I think this is a hopeful series, and it appears at a moment when we all need hope. We need hope now more than ever. Spring is always like that to me, but this spring is especially special. We all need a little light in our lives now. This also inspired me to use a lot of metal elements in this spring and summer series. It can be said that the whole show is full of metallic colors. The last look is a beautiful, casual and modern summer bride. This modern bride does not belong to an ordinary church, but is more suitable for a quiet summer wedding by the pool at home. Fashionable, relaxed, and slightly luxurious. The most important thing is to remain optimistic and hopeful.
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