What is the flavor of your Christmas? And, most importantly, could this flavor be visually translated?
In that new column, the challenge is to explore the boundaries between vision, taste and touch, and the interconnections of food and fashion.
Especially for Christmas, I searched through dozens of runway shows in order to match four classic Christmas sweets from across Europe to outfits which are reminiscent of the taste, the texture and the appearance of these traditional treats that most of us are familiar with. The aim was to build a multisensory and multilevel memory for each of them, true to its character and characteristics.
Merry Christmas 🙂 xoxo
An abundance of thrown forms and soft woolen textures, like camouflaging under the snow.
Despite the highly feminine design with a close fitted bodice which then opens into a flowing skirt, the linear geometry of the patterns and the see through parts add a natural boldness that makes it outstanding.
Moschino Cheap and Chic
Glamour, diversity, aggressive charm and aristocratic mood with an inherent pride which doesn’t has nothing to prove.
Burgundy velvet, fluid like wine and precious like the culinary treasures which enrich the mulled wine’s flavor.