Rick Owens Show- Women's Collection Autumn/Winter 2018/19 in Paris (with interview)

Designer: Rick OwensInspiration: the American designer continues to be interested by clothing in its social, political and cultural context. In this quick and dynamic show, Rick Owens evokes seduction, with a global view according to his own interpretations, but always with questions and at the same time, counterbalancing jubilant 1950s music. Collection: Short and bustiers. The women are enveloped in types of duvets rolled around the body, with bags held on by strapped belts. Underneath the volumes, we catch a glimpse of cashmere sports shorts and trainers on the feet. Several bustier dresses are draped at the front. The colours (white, camel, and apricot) appear alongside yellow and brown checks, which bring a relaxed aspect to the pieces. The coats have big pockets with added colours for a graphic mood. To note: the coats which finish as dressing robes, light and elegant, the checked bags worn at the waist + the new ankle boots with deconstructed heels. Interview of Selah Marley: The show was really dope in terms of, (dope I know everyone uses that word), but it was progressive, very futuristic, very Avant-garde. For me it’s almost like some of the pieces were like you took my pillow and made it couture, that’s how progressive it was, in that respect it’s very, reconstructed pieces and things that are very 2095, so I like that. Music from the show (for use only in context of the show, under cover of the right to information)

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