Viktor & Rolf Spring/ Summer 2012 fashion show seemed a bit unreal. Models with synthetic pink eyelashes were wearing fairy-tale outfits and looked like dolls walking on the runway. The girlish silhouettes, the color palette, the prints and even that huge stitching – all was interesting but puzzling at the same time.
On the one hand we were happy to see no more red-faced knights on Viktor & Rolf catwalk but on the other the designer duo kept their tradition of making garments normal women would hardly wear. The show was great but it lived just a few minutes… And that means the collection that was interesting to look at would lie on shelves with no one eager to wear it… Isn’t it just a waste of talent and time to make things people would never want to use?
Maybe my point is far from being correct but I love Viktor & Rolf for their incredible creativity but I do believe they should be more market oriented.
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