Tiered-and-trained skirt with snakeskin and taffeta. Donatella Versace does what she does best: devastatingly sexy dresses that aren’t easily forgotten. Sheer embroidered with lilac georgette, silver sequins and crystals.Love, Honor & Cherish. Seemingly disparate influences make beautiful music together. Alexander McQueen for Givenchy weds traditional suiting with street inspiration. Shredded top, black embroided pants. Goddess Worship. Chanel Haute Couture’s ivory chiffon gown.Chanel Haute Couture’s peach silk taffeta dress hovers atop a cloud of ostrich feathers.Womanliness is all the rage. Long hand-knit metal and silver dress draped in tulle by Chanel. John Galliano’s collection for Dior, tatters-and-rags clothes worn by a troupe of “homeless” models. Gray dress with newspaper-print underdress. “I was inspired by the ‘ragtime’ balls of Cologne in the thirties” – John Galiano. Lace-up hand painted silk taffeta dress.Jean Paul Gaultier covers a white bridal gown with a mother-of-pearl apron. Jean Paul Gaultier drew inspiration from the British Raj, topping a silver sequined skirt with a flowing pale lilac blouse with extended sleeves.
Some scans from my April 2000 Vogue magazines. Used to love Vogue issues.. then came along the Internet, financial and storage crisis. My favourite pick would be the third last picture. It contains high artistic value. i still can’t get over it, even till today when i look at it. Thanks to Vogue for the many wonderful articles and coverage on the fashion & design world. Most importantly, i am thankful to God for the existence of Vogue :D
[ p/s: Have you ever wondered that why am i still here blogging when i’m supposedly to be out there in KL with my family for a shopping marathon as mentioned in earlier posts? Hmmm, guess what? we missed it! Trip was cancelled due to last minute changes, Ughh! i hate the word ‘change’ for no good reason!!! ]