Who says psychedelia and pop are passé hasn’t seen Versace Jean’s fall/winter collection. Last week, I checked out the latest from the brand as they launched their FW collection which is all about the juxtaposition between two of the strongest cultural and artistic movements of the second half of the 20th century- psychedelia and pop.
Psychedila explores visions and sensations and iconic images from the 60’s and 70’s from concerts and music albums to street art and murals to evoke the hallucinatory state of mind in which psychedelic art was born. The prints fill the garments with distorted elements that melt and overlap into each other in surreal patterns and saturated colors.
Kinda reminds me of the time when “disco” was there term used instead of “club”. Don’t you agree?
I was pretty much drawn to this design especially the top. I’m no color fan but this is something I’d see myself wearing.
Primary colours and sharp contours define shapes and volumes in the Pop side of the collection which represents major cultural urrents of the postwar period, defined by the symbols, myths and expressions of a consumerist society.
Urban art forms find expression in allover graphic prints and placed foulard designs that fill shirts and dresses making appearances also inside the garments with simple elements treated as small works of art.
I, together with fellow bloggers Carizza Chua, Jaqui Perez, Rhea Bue.
Shortly after the show, we went to Versace Jean’s sole-boutique in the Philippines to further check out their FW 2014 collection.
Sarah getting ahead of everyone. Heehee.
Shirts with hints psychedelic & pop action.
Digging this patent peep toe pumps.
This beige too. Ganda!
Not a pumps kinda girl? This one’s for you.
I think Versace Jeans is for the adventurous and trendy. An individual who finds expression in music, art and fashion. Someone who is daring yet confident of who he or she is.
Versace Jeans is another brand to consider when shopping for your loved one this Christmas.
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