28.2.10

i am a kinder girl



As per yesterday ('red head'), more from Kinder Aggugini's show. You know how with a film, you never know it will really stay with you until after some time goes by? Well that's what's happened for me with Kinder. He is growing on me more and more. I mean, I LOVED his show at the time, but now, looking thru my photos.. so many powerful, diverse looks, but all the same voice.



These are so seemingly simple: black, or white. He's making such luxury out of what seems to be mohair, but it gives a texture like fur.. over pleats, but they're soft. And I love how he's paired them with bare legs and these lovely beige suede boots. And the HAIR.. this blonde model has a great kind of sixties bed head, but some of the dark haired models have these really severe geometric pointy buns, that look painted on. It's a stunning effect.



Everything he does has a perfect balance between masculine and feminine, hard and soft, luxurious and casual. (Actually Shini of Park & Cube put it best: 'powerful yet lyrical, borderline androgynous yet...acutely underlined femininity.'

And the details (like this little dotted ribbon trim, INSIDe, that's just revealed when it falls open).

Having had the privilege of seeing his show, I'm definitely a Kinder kind of girl.

9 comments:

Style Odyssey said...

So soft, ethereal, very appealing.
And...those beige suede cut-out boots!!! Yummy!

adrielleroyale said...

I like the idea of these dresses and the fabric combo, but a. It would have to be much more fitted for me to wear it and b. I think my hips would not look good in this style. But I do like the soft with the sort of common fabric - like a combination of a princess and a peasant girl :)

notjustmedical said...

I love the use of mohair and how they've structured it around the soft pleating. Particularly love the suede boots they are wearing as well!

Thank you for your comment, I really appreciate it :) I am British and I've never tasted a corn muffin as well! That's an idea for a recipe project. Also I wasn't at LFW...I wish I had went. I'm just very familiar with Somerset House, because it's near my university.

S
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Cecylia said...

Looks warm and fluffy =)

Cafe Fashionista said...

What a fabulous opportunity, darling - I believe I may be a Kinder girl, as well! Loving the hairstyle on the blonde - it's so perfectly mussed!! :)

Shini said...

(ARG the above commenter is getting on my nerves.)

As I said earlier, great photos, and I really wanted to see the details of the last dress, so thank you! I think I'm a Kinder girl too ;)

polka dot said...

Oh, I meant to delete them! Who is that person? I agree: I hate when people do that and usually just delete it - they must have slipped thru the cracks.

Thank you, Shini! I'll be posting more.. and more.. til someone yells stop! ; )

TheKiwiBex said...

Interestingly, I don't really see any masculinity in the pics posted here, except maybe in the makeup. Either way, the looks are absolutely gorgeous, especially the boots and the blonde hairdo! :)

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