lundi 28 novembre 2011

Victor & Rolf Dollhouse

Toeing the line between fashion and performance art Victor & Rolf show at the Barbican Art Gallery in London this month, where 55 complete looks (including hair and makeup) from the past 15 seasons will be presented on an army of custom-made life-size porcelain dolls, each of which will have a doll-size counterpart. Every garment is like a couture garment.
source: nytimes

“Karolina” from the Spring-Summer 2005 Flowerbomb collection.

“Simone‚” from the Fall-Winter 2003 One Woman Show collection. The Tilda Swinton doll.

“Erin‚” from the Spring-Summer 2003 Flowers collection.

“Princess Mabel van Oranje” and “Madelaine” from the Spring-Summer 2002 White collection.
The gown is smothered in a profusion of bows. Made of snow-white double-faced satin, the dress and its 2.75-meter-long train are adorned with a trellis work and 248 bows made of crepe georgette. The diamond-shaped trelliswork hides all the figure seams, and therefore the dress seems to be made of one piece.

Devon Aoki modeling a look from the Fall-Winter 2001 Black Hole collection.
House of Victor & Rolf

My Blythe Haute Couture House
It's fun to wrap the Kenner Blythes in Ties & Scarfs.
They dressed in Burberry, Versace, Hermes, Chanel & Emilio Pucci

Never too many SHOEssssssssssss...

Blythe & me dressed alike on a day out to the Zoo
Fruit Punch dressed in a rainbow tee and a camouflage mini skirt handmade by me.