What do you girls think about Alexander McQueen's 1995 S/S show? There has been controversy surrounding his shows quite a bit anyway but the disheveled looks really caused quite the ruckus even back then. I think it's a masterpiece of a show and the tire tracks really fit that heroin chic era with some elegant yet sexy designs. And that 14:55 iconic moment really made it.
Not iconic because of the clothes or models per se, but Viktor & Rolf 2008 has been extremely helpful in supplying me with the perfect image responses to annoying requests at work! (After ~7 months of 24/7 email communication in quarantine, I no longer give a shit about being polite.)
Saint Laurent Summer 2019 : Freja Beha Erichsen & Mica Arganaraz by Juergen Teller
Special project for Saint Laurent by Anthony Vaccarello
Saint Laurent ss19
Saint Laurent ss18
Saint Laurent Fall 2019
Saint Laurent by Hedi Slimane Heart- Shaped Fur Cape, 2016
How has nobody mentioned Alexander McQueen's Fall 1998 show with a "Joan of Arc" theme? Despite being a (relative) fashion dunce, I absolutely adore just how morbid and provocative this show is.
I love the creepy look created by the red contacts and ice-queen models
My personal favourite are the outfits with pictures of the Romanov children on them - the overall aesthetic is so creepy and Gothic, especially with the shimmery fabric. Although the morality of using murdered children to make a fashion statement is up for debate.
And setting the stage on fire was such an iconic ending.
The infamous Chanel micro bikini from S/S 1996. Unfortunately, it has been worn by Kim Kardashian and by other fat influencers, so the bikini got strapped from everything fashion and went straight into tacky domain.
I am not going to post those images because they will spoil this entire thread.