You hear about this thing called fashion moment a storm of emotions verklemmt leaving the audience overwhelmed and designer, but the genuine article is rare enough to be an urban myth. Until that actually happens. What made today during the show Craig Green. We were prepared for the thing with the solo debut of green in the fashion of the stage-his last appearances in London have involved large-scale and a lack of fear rather transcended the concept of clothing as we know.
His new collection added to the mixture purity, and purity as we understand the concept in spiritual terms. “Zen” was one of the landmarks Green own, but the mind spiraling away effortlessly in the visions of the samurai and gurus and barefoot penitents and the Polyphonic Spree and even for a nerd in the audience dazzled the Children’s Crusade. These frameworks reappeared in his new collection of banners drag, main flag bearers “a mass exodus to the edge of abandon,” according to the press release. After the show, the same green cryptically dubbed this exodus gateway “silent protest.” He said nothing, preferring to maintain a sense of mystery.
But a major possibility was that his collection was a rejection of repetitive crass materialism and an attempt to create a new fashion community. At the same time, there was a situation of vulnerability, such as melancholy (“Struggle for Pleasure” Wim Mertens “was the soundtrack), one is forced to recognize the impossibility of such a vision. Verde seemed to agree. Regarding garments themselves, it was not for the first time, a focus on the clothing fabric in place.
There were two silhouettes: exploded, skirt volumes were defined by the ropes that bound layers fluttering around his arms and legs, and coats, jersey body awareness with significant cuts. Guerrero, priest, sacrificial lamb … they all came to mind. In an effort to expand green idea what clothes can convey, he approaches Rei Kawakubo. But another hipster sensitivity also suggested. Vivienne Westwood called his epochal Seditionaries collections Clothes for Heroes. That’s what we saw on the catwalk in Green. That’s what the audience responded to. The cult of Craig is about to explode.