18 décembre 2011

"RODARTE: Fra Angelico Collection" @ The Los Angeles County Museum of Art

Rodarte, Pale pink and bright pink silk Georgette and silk chiffon pleated and draped gown. Photo ©2011 Museum Associates/LACMA LOS ANGELES, CA.- The Los Angeles County Museum of Art presents the North American debut of RODARTE: Fra Angelico Collection, a promised gift to the museum’s renowned Costume and Textiles Department. The Spring|Summer 2012 couture collection features a group of extraordinary gowns by acclaimed American designers, Kate and Laura Mulleavy, inspired by frescoes painted by the early Italian Renaissance artist,... [Lire la suite]

05 mars 2011

"Rodarte: States of Matter" @ MOCA

Rodarte. photo by Autumn de Wilde Rodarte: States of Matter presents recent work in fashion and costume design by Kate and Laura Mulleavy of Rodarte. Installed as a series of interrelated conceptual vignettes, both static and in motion, the installation portrays garments as charged sculptural objects. Curated by MOCA Associate Curator Rebecca Morse, and designed by Alexandre de Betak, the exhibition features pieces from Rodarte’s Spring 2010, Fall 2010, and Fall 2008 runway collections, as well as original ballet costumes designed... [Lire la suite]
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02 avril 2010


Proenza Schouler Fendi Ippolita Marc Jacobs, Yves Saint Laurent Oscar De La Renta Givenchy, Marc Jacobs, Jason Wu Givenchy, Marc Jacobs, Jason Wu 3.1 Philip Lim Lanvin, Alexander McQueen Oscar De La Renta Elena Baggaholic Rodarte Rodarte Alexander McQueen De l'album : « STRANGE BEDFELLOWS - Caption our latest windows! » par Bergdorf Goodman
05 janvier 2010

Fashion : the new Brodarte sweaters by Rodarte

Rodarte, Mens Crewneck, $2,760.00 Rodarte, Mens Cardigan, $2,760.00 Rodarte, Mens Crewneck, $2,760.00 Rodarte, Mens Cardigan, $2,760.00 Images via Opening Ceremony
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25 novembre 2008

“Gothic: Dark Glamour” @ The Museum at FIT

Gothic is an epithet with a strange history, evoking images of death, destruction, and decay. It is not just a word that describes something (such as a Gothic cathedral); it is almost inevitably a term of abuse, implying that something is gloomy, barbarous, and macabre. Ironically, its negative connotations have made it, in some respects, ideal as a symbol of rebellion. Hence its significance for youth subcultures. Today the words "goth" and "gothic" are popularly associated with black-clad teenagers and... [Lire la suite]