Sunday Mag couturePosted December 03 2014
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First up lets transport ourselves to the 1960s and take a look at designs from Pierre Cardin and Courreges. Anyone get a chance to see Allen Jones at the RA? His promenade of fibreglass single figure statements in the final room alone are show stoppers, not to mention the iconic portrait of a plastic clad Kate Moss. Surprise, surprise, we started to associate this visual language with our favourite space age fashion.
'The clothes that I prefer are those I invent for a life that doesn't exist yet - the world of tomorrow.' -Pierre Cardin
Courreges (above) in Sunday Times Magazine
With the advent of 'Star Trek' and '2001: A Space Odyssey' in the 1960s, are we surprised that progression was integral to process of Pierre Cardin and Coureges?
Chistian Dior (above) and Cardin (below) from French Elle