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vroomheid:

Comme des Garçons spring / summer 2004
Technically speaking, there was only one garment in Rei Kawakubo’s collection: a skirt. Apart from the stocking tops used to veil the breasts from complete nudity, and the horned cloth headdresses, she showed nothing else. Not even any shoes. And in fact, with their bunchy forms, exposed ridges of raw seams, and absence of waistbands, they weren’t even really skirts as we know them. Kawakubo said the show was about “designing from shapeless, abstract, intangible forms, not taking into account the body.”

vroomheid:

Comme des Garçons spring / summer 2004

Technically speaking, there was only one garment in Rei Kawakubo’s collection: a skirt. Apart from the stocking tops used to veil the breasts from complete nudity, and the horned cloth headdresses, she showed nothing else. Not even any shoes. And in fact, with their bunchy forms, exposed ridges of raw seams, and absence of waistbands, they weren’t even really skirts as we know them. Kawakubo said the show was about “designing from shapeless, abstract, intangible forms, not taking into account the body.”

(via afvandevorst)