I’m in love with these spring summer 2011 Viktor & Rolf shoes. It’s the colour. images: tooklookbook.com
Viktor & Rolf called their fall 2010 show Glamour Factory. It’s a fitting name for the spectacle they put one. They revisited their decade old Babushka themed collection and added some 21st century twists. The presentation needs to be seen so I have video. It’s just perfect. The soundtrack is amazing, I need to track down the songs. The collection is very sporty and the models wore baseball caps. The clothing is pretty standard except for the few show pieces. I think most people will remember the presentation itself, which as a piece of performance art was pretty amazing. Part 1 Part 2 God, that soundtrack. I must have it. image: style.com
Viktor & Rolf went from crazy cutouts to more of their classic menswear inspired looks for the Pre-Fall 2010 collection. The black and white focused collection had two spots of colour, fuchsia and teal.Â They are cute jumpsuits too. I even like the little hat. I wonder if it’s styling or part of the collection.
I received the Flora by Gucci Eau du Toilette in a swag bag from an event. I can’t remember which one (If any friends out there remember what event, please comment!). I like floral based perfumes, so I thought I would give it a shot. Turns out I like it. It’s sweet smelling; a mixture of fruit and flowers at first. It finishes with a heavy base. I don’t normally like patchouli but it works for me in this combination. It’s a girl’s fragrance and nowhere near the androgynous zone. It’s very strong and you have to remember that when applying. I do find myself reaching for this perfume a lot in the morning. Flora’s olfactory pyramid is composed around the floral theme, with top notes of citrus and peony, a heart of rose and osmanthus â€” a Chinese flower with a distinct floral fruit and leather aroma â€” and sandalwood and patchouli on the base. Giannini and the P&G fragrance team developed the scent with Firmenich. This is Gucci’s second perfume geared to the …
There was no way I was going to not enjoy Viktor & Rolf’s Spring 2010; Roisin Murphy was singing. However, it wasn’t until I saw the collection I didn’t realize the added bonuses I would get: The Grace Jones hair on all the models. Awesome Roisin Murphy Singing Crazy cutout dresses. Pure spectacle and fun!
Very wearable collection from Viktor & Rolf. Pre-Fall 2009 has been the season of beautiful, wearable collections. They are the masters of menswear for women so very, very well. images: Style.com
Viktor & Rolf Pants These high waisted wool blank pants are amazing. I have been looking for a still haven’t found a pair like this and I’m still searching images: colette.fr
Yves Saint Laurent Spring 2009 Very pretty and wearable collection, however it didn’t grab me like Fall Winter 2008. Proenza Schouler Spring 2009 Didn’t change my mind about the collection too much, but props for using Skinny Puppy Alexander Wang Spring 2009 Everyone was peeing themselves over this collection in NYC Christian Dior Spring 2009 Alessandro Dell’Acqua Spring 2009 I didn’t do a dedicated post to this collection but I quite liked it. Gianfranco Ferre Spring 2009 Very luxurious clothing, as always. Viktor & Rolf Spring 2009 I include this only because the presentation is great. I really like the side views. The clothing on the other hand….
I’m so late in seeing these Karl Stella Viktor & Rolf *cough* Cavalli *cough* Daria in a bikini Update: I had to remove the last commercial since the youtube user stopped hosting it.
This is very, very interesting! Renzo Rosso, the Italian industrialist behind Diesel, has acquired a majority stake in the Dutch designer firm Viktor & Rolf with ambitions to build it into one of the “top reference fashion houses of the future.â€ Financial terms were not disclosed, but Rosso told WWD he plans to make major investments to bolster the duo’s ready-to-wear business, add licensed products such as eyewear and jewelry, plus open freestanding stores in high-visibility locations. via WWD.com Fashion news, retail news, beauty news and more from Women’s Wear Daily
I did not attend. I really though about it for a moment. I’m just not ready to beat people for H&M clothes. Real Viktor & Rolf clothes at H&M prices would warrant me getting into the girl stomping mood. I’d make sure to wear my best stomping boots. I was in H&M on Friday and a sale associate told me the collection sold out in 15 mins. He also mentioned that it was ugly. I did see few pairs of the tuxedo pants left. They didn’t seem any different in quality to any other H&M product. I thought the collection was pretty nice overall and there was a few pieces I liked. The only thing I wasn’t jazzed about the hearts. I don’t think I’ll ever try to buy anything from an H&M collection, even if it was Alexander McQueen. It’s just too much trouble and I don’t care enough. image: H&M
After rumours of Prada working with H&M were squashed I’ve been wondering who would be next. The Daily has told me that it will be Viktor & Rolf. They will do men’s and women’s collection. I have never lined up for any of H&M’s designer collections, much too lazy. Karl’s collection did nothing for me (sorry Karl, I do like your stuff) and there were a few pieces I liked from Stella. I could line up for Viktor & Rolf, potentially even beat people. Time will tell, the collection is suppose to drop Novermber 2006. photo: style.com