A dark folklore performance of feathered warrior queens in knotted suede and spiked boots
Dark and twisted folklore tales.
Held at the Grande Galerie de l'evolution - where dinosaur skeletons hung from the ceiling.
The final series of looks – an explosion of feather mohawk headdresses.
Stand out looks:
The tangle of stripped, frayed and knotted suede, draped and wrapped to create a uniform of feminine warriors.
Intense - the set was made up of large wooden frames, through which the models weaved their way in and out of.
A bird’s nest of black and blond plaits, and dreadlocks. Created by Toyko-based stylist Katsuya Kamo, this was disheveled yet aggressively unnerving. Hats were perched on top.
Began with white noise and moved into a primal and heavy drumbeat.
How they wore it:
Garments were fastened together by fabric at the back, with layers upon layers of jersey and suede in the same muted tones creating a distinct silhouette. Low ankle cowboy boots peppered in silver spikes were a vicious full stop.
Models were choreographed, intertwining their walks in and out of the maze at a fast pace.
Left us wanting:
The amazing distressed leather jackets in the opening looks, with asymmetric detailing that shaped the back.