Simone Rocha SS14

Inspired by Nobuyoshi Araki, Rocha sends out PVC, garter socks and lots of sheer panels

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Photography by Lea Colombo

Initial Reaction:

Rocha's girls go rioting in Amsterdam. 

References:

Nobuyoshi Araki, Ed Templeton's Teenage Kissers and the girls in Amsterdam. 

Progression:

Much more provocative than seasons before. 

Unexpected details:

Lots of PVC, sheer panels, garter socks and intricate beading. 

Viral moment:

The final three looks that closed the show - a breathtaking series of sheer nude veils that wrapped around the entire body. 

Stand-out look:

A sheer black printed PVC jacket worn with nothing underneath. 

Hair:

Messy platted mohawks created by James Pecis. 

Soundtrack:

A great mix tape by Simone's brother Max. 

Quote of the show:

"I wanted it to be more provocative this season…I was looking at a lot of Araki photos actually as well as spending time in Ireland. I think that really shined through in the collection." - Simone Rocha 

Left on our seats:

A little notebook with the image of an overgrown garden by Rocha's long-term collaborator and photographer Jacob Lillis.

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