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Jean Paul Gaultier Spring 2014: Coco Rocha Does Grease

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imaxtree Spring felt like taking a course at j-fleece Viktor & Rolf Prep?blazers were piped and tailored (even if it was part of a dress and effectively cut in half) and came in a multitude of silhouettes. This season felt more understated than usual from the design duo. It was feminine (plenty of mini skirts, etc.) but not obnoxiously so. The main motif was the blazer and the school-ready button-down?either plain or reworked fundamentally or decorated with studs, spray paint or patches. There was even a bit of reworked argyle involved and it looked more grown up than the other looks?ending the show with some serious maturity. All in all, an impressive, accessible collection from Viktor & Rolf.

imaxtree Music and fashion have long had a love affair and nowhere was it more evident than at this season's Comme des Garcons show where Rei Kawakubo changed up the music for each look she presented. In keeping with the change in tunes, there wasn't a clear theme running throughout the artful lineup, but there was a consistently dark mood even in the few instances where the designer opted to use colors other than black. Cage-like silhouettes, ballooning shapes, chains, hoop skirts and harness-like detailing all contributed to the somber feel of the stunningly crafted designs.  Highly sculptural from start to finish, this is a collection made for a museum not a retail floor.

imaxtree Giving Rick Owens a run for his money, Jean Paul Gaultier enlisted both models and dancers for his Spring 2014 show, which included Karlie Kloss vogueing and Coco Rocha partaking in her own version of Grease. As for the clothes, there may not have been as many overt party dresses as one might have expected, but despite the lack of bright colors and volume, there was plenty of fun to be had in the fairly dark toned collection. The best pieces, however, were the more fitted ones. A belted cream jumper with a coordinating hooded jacket, leather-topped menswear-inspired pants and a handful of pencil skirts were among the standouts. A good chunk of the collection also had an S&M feel with plenty of exposed skin, belts, zippers, netting, bustier tops and leather, all of which served to tie into the Grease/Saturday Night Fever theme.

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