The late Pierre Cardin may have been fashion's original futurist, but today's designers are still craving escapism that only an idealistic future can provide.
The label looked to dissonance as a source of inspiration in the middle of a very unusual season.
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The mostly-black range was anything but one-dimensional.
The plastic-wrapped paper tote combines signatures of both brands.
There's a lot to say on the subject right now. Rei Kawakubo let us draw our own conclusions.
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"I think camp can express something deeper," noted Rei Kawakubo, "and give birth to progress."
The Costume Institute curator and avant-garde designer were "always at odds," Bolton claimed.
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That's one easy way to get in on a theme.
Take a look inside the Costume Institute's landmark exhibit of the year before it opens to the public on Thursday.
"There's a sense of power injected into these clothes."
It's no wonder the Metropolitan Museum of Art chose her.
The 2017 Met Gala will celebrate the Comme des Garçons designer and will be co-chaired by Katy Perry and Pharrell Williams.
The visionary designer used exaggerated pieces to comment on how clothing is related to the human condition — from birth to death.
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In a long, weird essay for "The Observer" titled "Elle on Earth," a writer slams the women's magazine for "ruining" his Rei Kawakubo interview.
While other designers in Paris focus on "likes," Rei Kawakubo continues to move the conversation about fashion and the design process forward.