The future has now arrived and Tron: Legacy seems to have launched fashion into a video game where clothing looks more and more surreal. The Armani Privé spring 2011 couture show seems to be embracing a new sentiment, that we have to embrace ourselves for space travel in the near future.
It seems as though the metallic threads woven into these organza garments bent light at super speeds as the models floated down the runway.
Don’t these hats remind you of the discs that the programs of Tron:Legacy use to defend themselves? Odd reference for a couture show, I know, but I couldn’t help notice that they have a strikingly similar appearance!
Luckily there was a bit of color (teal, red, and fuchsia) thrown into the mix of gun metal silvers.
At least, as the years go by, we know that we’re already equipped with some pretty sweet futuristic clothes. And, as technology advances we’ll be able to create high heeled functioning moon boots and anti-gravity defiant gowns by the time we’re forced to use them!
Are you ready to move to the moon?
Remember Chanel’s trip to the arctic last season?
This season, Karl Lagerfield didn’t unleash the wild onto his audience, but brought us tip-toeing carefully around the sculpted and controlled shapes of an urbanscape. In lieu of Le Nôtre’s gardens throughout the luscious palace of Versailles, this faux-garden (constructed for the show), called out to the manicured tendencies of chic high society and high fashion.
Now, don’t think that the “manicured tendencies” means a dusty, tweed inspired re-cap of Chanel’s archives. Instead Lagerfield brought us into a realm of textiles that was new and exciting. Mixing in layers of chain necklaces, long skirts, wide lapels, and cutout fabrics that resembled organic materials themselves this collection will stand high in the lineup of Paris fashion week.
Roped, draped, and layered necklaces.
Above are two more simple but more wear-able looks that are so powerful they might stop anyone dead in their tracks.
The detail in these chain mail gloves, the wrap chain bracelet, or the leather cutout fingerless gloves are to die for!
And SHOES, SHOES, SHOES.. can’t wait till these shoes come full circle to mainstream fashion!
So here’s a couple of the Lulu*s staff favorites, and I must say, we smell pretty darn good.
Celebs are out and about for Fashion Week in Paris! These are a couple of my favorite looks from this week!
Jessica Alba looked beautiful at the Christain Dior show. Her Dior dress was a light, floral that left her looking fresh and glowing. She kept her look clean with minimal hoop earrings, a braided beige belt, and white, peep toe heels.
Now for something completely different….
Taking a break from shooting “Gossip Girl”, Leighton Meester showed up to the Chanel show with this striking look. The classic Chanel silhouette was given an extreme makeover comprised of leather trimmed with gold fabric and black beads (not exactly practical during a heat wave). The look is topped off with bulky, black bracelets matching the tasseled statement necklace and open toe ankle boots from Christian Louboutin. It can’t be denied that she looks amazing!
Have you been keeping up fashion week? What have been your favorite looks?