I’ve been a Viktor & Rolf fan for quite some time now and always look forward to their couture shows. This year, however, really hit a home run for me. With an attention to detail that any artist would admire, they assembled broken 17th-century Dutch Golden Age canvas frames over paint-spattered denim painters’ shirts. And the coolness doesn’t end there. These pieces were actually hangable and were displayed on the walls of Palais de Tokyo after going down the runway. But of course all of these artsy references were seamlessly incorporated into cleverly-disguised couture – it takes a subtle hand to take on this theme without coming across kitschy. Check out the video below to see these incredible pieces in action.
This is nothing short of amazing! Love this inspo and huge fan as well!
that is just so SO cool!
Que Sera Sahra
kisses from dubai ♥
Very artistic and wonderful 🙂
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This is such a creative + cool collection!
Le Stylo Rouge
These are incredible! I can't believe they are ACTUAL frames! I thought they were fabric. Ahh, the ingenuity of artists and designers will forever exceed me. Love love love!
May | THE MAYDEN
I know! I was stunned that these can actually hang on a wall!
Wow, I cannot believe how they constructed these pieces! I wonder how heavy they must have been for the models to wear!
Denise | Fashion Love Letters
I was wondering the same thing! Actually probably not as heavy as some of the super-beaded, multi-layered couture gowns…
These pieces are INSANE. I think I love every single one of them. I'm not familiar with the designer, so thank you for posting!
Shian | The Fashion Investigator
Highly encourage you to check out more of their past collections – they're geniuses!
wow i love this collection so much
thanks for sharing 😀
it's so artyamazing
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Wow those pieces are phenomenal!
I've been seeing these photos all over the internet and every time, I find them so inspiring! This really takes the term wearable art to a whole new level!
be the plebeian
Pretty clever, right?