MEADHAM KIRCHHOFF 2013.04.04
Meadham Kirchhoff S/S 2013 Ready-To-Wear Collection
Meadham Kirchhoff S/S 2013 Ready-To-Wear Collection Muchness. Moreness. Mostness. The past few Meadham Kirchhoffshows haven't exactly been minimalist affairs. But this season, Ed Meadham and Ben Kirchhoff outdid themselves, staging a show so rococo you could actually sicken on its opulence. And that was the point, such that there was one. Backstage, after the show, Meadham insisted that for him, this collection was "about" not being about anything, aside from luxuriating in beauty and wanting more of it. How very fashion! Or looked at another way, how very anti-fashion. Because whatever Meadham's intent, this show screamed subtext. And its message was: Enough.Is there a fable or a fairy tale about a girl who, like a foie gras goose, is glutted with good things? If there i.........
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MEADHAM KIRCHHOFF 2013.04.04
Meadham Kirchhoff Fall 2012 Ready-To-Wear Collection
Meadham Kirchhoff Fall 2012 Ready-To-Wear Collection How did this happen? Once upon a time, Ed Meadham and Ben Kirchhoff were the angry young men of English fashion. They used their runway as a stage for expressing feminist rage, romantic torpor, alienation. Now they're hosting an interplanetary disco. What?None of the above should be read as a complaint. Quite the contrary: ForMeadham Kirchhoff, jubilation is its own kind of political stance, a way of telling all the depressed, enraged, alienated misfits out there to screw the world and come join the party. There's no revenge sweeter than turning a frown upside down. After today's show, Kirchhoff described the new collection as being inspired by the club he wants to go to, if only it existed; he and Meadham used their sl.........
Posted by Jazz Age on 2013.04.04 at 11:14 PM in MEADHAM KIRCHHOFF
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MEADHAM KIRCHHOFF 2013.04.03
Meadham Kirchhoff S/S 2012 Ready-To-Wear Collection
Meadham Kirchhoff S/S 2012 Ready-To-Wear Collection Designers Ed Meadham and Ben Kirchhoff have lately found themselves fashion darlings, fêted in publications ranging fromLoveto the Evening Standard's fashion supplement. Which is ironic, since the pair has made it their business to kick against the industry's pricks in every possible way. Most of today's capacity crowd probably expected another "fuck off" show, like those of recent vintage. Instead, they got a coup de théâtre—a dazzling, candy-colored spectacle that had a few showgoers shedding tears.There was virtually no end to the mise-en-scène. The runway was decorated with balloon archways, where, to the strains of Meadham's beloved Hole, a gaggle of Courtney Love manqués appear.........
Posted by Jazz Age on 2013.04.03 at 12:13 AM in MEADHAM KIRCHHOFF
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MEADHAM KIRCHHOFF 2013.04.02
Meadham Kirchhoff Fall 2011 Ready-To-Wear Collection
Meadham Kirchhoff Fall 2011 Ready-To-Wear Collection Guests at today's Meadham Kirchhoffshow arrived at their seats to find a booklet titled "A Cosmology of Women," comprising zine-style cutouts of images such as Velázquez princesses and photos of Marianne Faithfull. Why? Unclear. On the runway, there were two installations, evoking the shrines that spontaneously appear at the places where famous people meet ignominious deaths. Why? Again, unclear. As the lights dimmed before the show, models clad in the new Meadham Kirchhoff looks could be seen massing at the exit to the catwalk, and when the lights came back up, all the models began marching as one toward the photographers' pit, made a turn, and marched backstage. They came back for one more parade, as before, .........
Posted by Jazz Age on 2013.04.02 at 01:20 AM in MEADHAM KIRCHHOFF
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MEADHAM KIRCHHOFF 2013.04.02
Meadham Kirchhoff S/S 2011 Ready-To-Wear Collection
Meadham Kirchhoff S/S 2011 Ready-To-Wear Collection Meadham Kirchhoff designers Ed Meadham and Ben Kirchhoff didn't need to start their show today with tape of an old interview with Courtney Love, but it was fine that they did. It was a good clue that this forceful show was remapping the psychosexual territory stakedout by Love and artists like her, such as PJ Harvey, back in the early nineties. Meadham and Kirchhoff were thorough: Guests arrived atthe Topshop venue to find the stage set with a gothic installation of flowers, dyed eerily pink, and their seats laid with 'zine-style creditsheets, which the designers had stickered by hand with hearts and flowers. The Manic Panic colors in the models' hair reinforced thegrunge-era vibe, as did the makeup, which conjured the.........
Posted by Jazz Age on 2013.04.02 at 12:39 AM in MEADHAM KIRCHHOFF
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Trompe l'oeil Look 2013.02.26
American Apparel.My Bikini.Goma Bag (6)
American Apparel.My Bikini.Goma Bag Style 6. Gold Round Sunglasses from Tokyo 12' White Cross Earrings by Jazz Age 13' My Bikini "Trompe l'oeil" Leopard-Print Bikini Tee Dress from USA 12' Causal Corner Blazer from USA 11' Goma Badminton Bag 12' American Apparel Thigh-High Socks from Tokyo 10' Alexander Wang Brown Loafer Wedges 11'
Posted by Jazz Age on 2013.02.26 at 12:52 AM in Trompe l'oeil Look
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