10.26.2010

Two-Dimensional Dream

The house of Martin Margiela (how awesome is that website?) never fails to amaze me. For S/S 2011 the models transformed into paper dolls and represented two-dimensionality. Surreal, isn't it? Surreal, but t-o-x-i-c and that is what we are looking for.










Images from Trendland

27 comments:

  1. they are indeed surreal but not really easy to wear

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  2. Surreal is right!
    Love the pink ensemble!

    xoxox,
    CC

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  3. Hi Susan,

    What fun! Just off to take a look at the Martin Margiela website and thanks for sharing.

    Hope all is well with you dear friend and that you are having a wonderful week.

    Hugs
    Carolyn

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  4. This collection blew my mind! I love how they take everyday pieces like a pair of trousers or a gown to a whole different level; making it into an art form. Love it!

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  5. wow, kemény ez a kollekció! Tök jó ötlet ez a kétdimenziós megoldás.
    Szép napot Susan!

    puszi
    Festy
    http://festyinstyle.blogspot.com/

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  6. Eerie expressions plus awkward ensembles - not sure if I can pull these off but I definitely LOVE the blue and the black pieces!

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  7. ===============================
    WOWWW !!....Still unik Martin !!
    ( I especialy like the grey trousers, second pic up )
    As for Dora ...Double WOWWW !! ^^....Sure Lady Gaga must be found of that garments !!

    And as your Royal Presence Wonder Susan : THANK YOUUUUUUU ( so much ! )...Your Kindness always touch me !

    Have a great success at any point of you...forever !!


    Kiss-kiss !
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  8. MMM?...just genius! :)

    Ƹ̵̡Ӝ̵̨̄Ʒ

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  9. I've always been a Margiela fan and I loved this collection. Very reminiscent of the earlier work when the man himself was still on board. The screen dress is my favorite, not that I could wear it, but thankfully the mainline collection is much more versatile ;-)

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  10. wow, the concept is very interesting. I like the idea!

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  11. Amazing, isn't it?! Such a genius.

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  12. I definitely need more outfits that make me look like an ironing board ;-)

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  13. I love paper dolls...still have the ones from when i was a kid..(lol)
    greetings from Peru
    xxx

    ps.- thanx for ur sweet comment Susan

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  14. they really think so out of the box even when they are making a box.... really cool!

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  15. Oooh love these. This is what fashion is all about, this element of fun and pushing boundaries...even if it means it's unwearable. Definitely an art form in my opinion.

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  16. this is a really interesting collection... not sure if I like the hair tho... reminds me of cousin it! haha.

    Happy Halloween :)

    xo,
    Carolina

    http://closetfullofnothing.blogspot.com/

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  17. Hi my dear friend Susan! If you have time please have a look at the magazine my son is editing. Thank you. PULSEmagazine

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  18. I like how the house of Margiela always makes me think and see things differently.
    Happy Sunday
    xoxo
    marian.

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  19. wow these are amaing.
    i am inlove.<3

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  20. wow, very interesting!

    http://popsicle-dress.blogspot.com

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  21. Always one of my favorites. Such a feast for the eyes :-)

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  22. wow! this stuff is redic!
    <3Cara
    PS. BEYOND fabulous giveaway going on @ Lilac and Grey.. HINT HINT: "Keep Calm"

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  23. Surreal is totally right - very trippy - good find, Susan. Cx

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