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Fashion by Jean Patou for L’Officiel magazine 1975 . cotonblanc:


Niels Klavers
Photography J. Robaard
Fashion has gone to such extremes at the end of the millennium that designing something truly shocking practically requires an electrical socket and a bucket of water. In all the hoopla, the three-armed jacket stands out as the biggest fashion joke of them all, the most obvious example of the lengths to which some designers will go to make us sit up and take notice. Dutch designer Niels Klavers has created a jacket with multiple sleeves—his had four. He has also made three-legged pants, a four-armed sweater, and a coatdress colonised front and back by two identical coatdresses. And Klavers has done these things in all sincerity, with a straight face. “I do this work very seriously,” he says. “I don’t laugh about it. I’m not making fun with it.”

Visionaire’s Fashion 2001: Designers of the New Avant-Garde by Stephen Gan
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Valerija Kelava and Freja Beha Erichsen by Steven Meisel for Balenciaga F/W 2010-11 advertising campaign
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DKNY, American Vogue, August 1996. periodicult90s:

Giorgio Armani, Harper’s Bazaar, September 1995.  Photograph by Peter Lindbergh. periodicult90s:

Hervé Leger /Neiman Marcus, Harper’s Bazaar, September 1995. Photograph by Geof Kern. periodicult90s:

Bill Steele for Harper’s Bazaar, September 1995. periodicult90s:

Calvin Klein Eyewear, American Vogue, October 1997. periodicult90s:

Versace Couture, American Vogue, October 1997. periodicult90s:

Kenar, American Vogue, October 1997. Photograph by Laspata/Decaro Studio. periodicult90s:

Peter Lindbergh for American Vogue, October 1997. Clothing by Christian Dior. ubicouture:

CHRISTIAN DIOR X JULES OLITSKI
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New Fantasy | Caroline Ribeiro by Steven Meisel mazzystardust:

Y2 Discoteque, February 1988. Opening night, Nick Trulocke presents at Old Astoria, Charing Cross Road, London.