Saturday, April 5, 2008
The Glastonbury festival is where music and lifestyles converge into a diverse melting pot: this result also occurs in fashion and the outcome is a patchwork of shapes, styles and colors without rules.
Minidresses, voluminous dresses, bootcut pants and jeans, men’s shirts, miniskirts, t-shirts, fitted blazers, shrunken coats, fur vests. Mini and maxi silk chiffon patchwork dresses.
Skinny and shrunken jackets or oversized trenches and loose brocade blazers.
A patchwork of colors and khaki.
Silk chiffon , brocade, poplin, menswe a r fabrics, denim and denim patchwork, fox fur, studded leather or embroidered with gold, silver and ruby red hardware.
Leather handbags, medium or large, stitched with ribbon closures. Flat leather sandals. Leather hats.
The glamour of rock bands from 1968 to 2008 has always fascinated men’s fantasies and taken over their wardrobes as well.
Rock festivals suggest the happiness of everyone joining together and sharing a collection that aims to bring a message of global peace and unity.
In the past, rock festivals like Woodstock had the role of togetherness; this same role today is replaced by the internet thanks to its massive potential of interactivity and globalization.
This concept is stressed by the use of a huge screen broadcasting images on stage from the world and freestyle words during the show.
White, black, khaki.
Sleek and skinny.
Cotton, satin, leather, linen and cotton, denim, rayon.
Suits with 1 or 2 buttons, shirts and ties, skinny jeans with zips, tie-dye denim, leather jackets, mesh knitwear,
t-shirts and jackets embroidered with metal details.
Sandals with metal details, white, silver and gold basketball sneakers, baseball hats embroidered with metal details, hip sacks, key holders with teddy bears.
"Starz in their eyes" Just Jack.