Viktor & Rolf Spring 2010

October 5th, 2009

The last time I’ve showed you something form the Dutch fashion designers Viktor & Rolf, they added some 3D elements to their designs. But it seems like they’ve decided to work the other way around for the next season and to cut away some parts.

Viktor & Rolf Spring 2010

Viktor & Rolf Spring 2010

Viktor & Rolf Spring 2010

Viktor & Rolf Spring 2010

13 Responses to “Viktor & Rolf Spring 2010”

  1. vanderleun Says:

    It all goes to show, once again, that no matter how debased fashion was last year it can always become more deeply rotten the next.

  2. DesignVerb! – Viktor & Rolf Spring 2010 Says:

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  3. narrylikes Says:

    For some reason I really like this. Made me go “WOW!”

  4. Rob De Witt Says:

    Good Christ – and as Van der Leun put it, no wonder fashion models have that look on their faces. Nihilism seeks new nadirs.

  5. Koenski Says:

    Their latest 2010 collection is called “Budget-cut-Couture, that´s why some “cuts” were made.
    Fact is “Victor & Rolf” made fashion fun and interesting again, after commercialism and the so called celebs in Hollowwood took over.
    Watch some of their previous shows on the Tube and see.

    We are all fashion victims.

  6. LoveTheCool BLOG » Blog Archive » Viktor & Rolf S/S 2010 #PFW Says:

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  7. Joris Landman Says:

    Also love the Grace-Jones-crew-cut-ponytail.

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  9. Ensuite Says:

    It’s a long time I’m a fan of Essimar’s palette (graphic design on Etsy). I was surprised when I saw this s/s 2010 V&R collection because the palette is so similar!

  10. Viktor & Rolf Spring 2010 « Paul is Here Says:

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  11. Red lips & Christian Dior « Petite Brunette Says:

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  12. georgie Says:

    even though it is weird i loved it it made me also go “WOW”.

  13. Nathalie Says:

    I love this concept for some reason! No idea why but the sheer thought that went behing this is genius, very unwearable but isn’t that what the catwalk is about? It certainly got the tongues wagging and love it or hate it, you’re in one camp or the other. I love it!

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