MEADHAM KIRCHHOFF 2013-04-05
Meadham Kirchhoff Fall 2013 Ready-To-Wear Collection

Meadham Kirchhoff Fall 2013 Ready-To-Wear Collection

Guests at today's Meadham Kirchhoff presentation entered the show space to the strains of Ravel's "Bolero." One reason that piece of

music is so earwormingly familiar is that its central melody is repeated no fewer than 18 times; neurologists have suggested that the

composition itself is pathological. Apparently, Ravel's brain was degenerating as he wrote. Ed Meadham and Ben Kirchhoff may or may

not have been aware of that factoid, but at any rate their musical selection was apt—to the extent this collection was "about" anything,

Meadham noted after the show, it addressed the obliterating effect of an endless quest for perfection. This season, in other words,

Meadham Kirchhoff slammed the door on its brand's brief jubilant era.

There were no dancers here, no disco aliens and no spangles or pastel-colored bows. What there was—in the very first look and several

world proves once again a very strange place.

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Posted by Jazz Age on 2013.04.05 at 12:09 AM in MEADHAM KIRCHHOFF
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