Skip to primary navigation Skip to content. See Wikipedia's guide to writing better articles for suggestions. Both were in their twenties, and both were pushing the boundaries within their respective fields. Dancers are so much more engaged, so much more expressive. Also, the bloodstain and the burqa; I wonder what the message of this collection is? He also mimicked aeroplane interiors by attaching padded headrests to dresses This project was based on exploring the relationship of the body's inherent mobility and aimed to evoke thoughts on speed, spatiality and well-being.
Hussein Chalayan – 111 – Robotic Dresses
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This was presented most literally in Mr. This spun my brain for a loop, and I like it. Hughes, Patrick; Davies, Ian Most popular. In early , he designed a series of laser LED dresses in collaboration with luxury label Swarovski , showcased in Tokyo. In other projects Wikimedia Commons. Thank you for subscribing.
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To all of these intellectual ideas Chalayan brings a soulfulness—he has not solely thought them in his head but also felt them in his heart. Post Comments Atom. A Turkish Cypriot, Chalayan was sent to English boarding school when he was twelve during the aftermath of the Turkish invasion of the island. In order to celebrate this great festival, Louis vuitton sings for mothers with ruby brings blessings of early. Clerk enthusiastically recommended to reporters a pair of sunglasses worth over yuan. Anna Dello Russo lights up Fifth Avenue.
Strange Bedfellows. Another amazing post, Jane! Yet the most fascinating exhibit is not the rotating figure in a high-tech glass observation box but Mr. So don't be surprised when you start seeing It-girls cropping up everywhere in one of his Big Bird-esque feathered ensembles. It was supposed to illustrate a particular kind of position. In fact, he and Ashkenazi have more in common than meets the eye: