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Fashion Weeks SS22 Moodboard

The inspirations on the catwalks comes from the archives and the world of arts

Fashion Weeks SS22 Moodboard The inspirations on the catwalks comes from the archives and the world of arts
Patou - Gustave Doré
Patou - Jean Jacques Lequeu
Louis Vuitton SS22 - Musidora
Louis Vuitton SS22 - Marie Antoinette 1938 costumes
Louis Vuitton SS22 - Marie Antoinette 1938 costumes
Louis Vuitton SS22 - Ziegfeld Follies (1946)
Louis Vuitton SS22 - Victorian bat costume illustration
Louis Vuitton SS22 - Truman Capote's Black and White Ball
Valentino SS22 - Artist Veruschka shot by photographer Franco Rubartelli for Vogue Magazine in 1967
Valentino SS22 - Valentino tiger-pattern coat and pants with black turtleneck FW 1967
Valentino SS22 - Spring/Summer 1971 Haute Couture Floral Print Gown worn by model Isa Stoppi
Valentino SS22 - Isa Stoppi & Jeanette Christiansen by Chris Von Wangheim for 1971 Vogue Italia
Valentino SS22 - Lucia Moreira Salles by Willy Rizzo in 1970
Valentino SS22 - Marisa Berenson in Valentino dress for British Vogue by Henry Clarke in 1968

Fashion Month has just ended. From London to New York, from Milan to Paris, the major brands have celebrated the return to IRL fashion shows and to life by bringing on the catwalk creations sharing a vital, sexy and nostalgic mood which reminds us of the carefree look of the late 90s and early 2000s, but also of the sixties. As always, the inspirations behind the new collections are many and different and range from JLo to the cult movie Irma Verp. Many like Chanel and Valentino have preferred to look to the past exploring from their rich archives, while most have opted to draw on the world of arts like Givenchy citing the works of American Josh Smith and MSGM with the posters created by Steven Frykholm for Herman Miller. The award for the most fascinating inspiration goes to Louis Vuitton who brought to the runway a mash-up between Marie Antoinette, the cult silent movies and the Ziegfeld Follies.

Here are some references from the SS22 collections.

 

Valentino - Valentino’s archive

Valentino SS22 - Marisa Berenson in Valentino dress for British Vogue by Henry Clarke in 1968
Valentino SS22 - Artist Veruschka shot by photographer Franco Rubartelli for Vogue Magazine in 1967
Valentino SS22 - Valentino tiger-pattern coat and pants with black turtleneck FW 1967
Valentino SS22 - Spring/Summer 1971 Haute Couture Floral Print Gown worn by model Isa Stoppi
Valentino SS22 - Isa Stoppi & Jeanette Christiansen by Chris Von Wangheim for 1971 Vogue Italia
Valentino SS22 - Lucia Moreira Salles by Willy Rizzo in 1970

 

Saint Laurent - Paloma Picasso

 

Rick Owens - Barbara Hepworth sculptures

 

 

Miu Miu - "Shrink to fit" by Steven Meisel for Vogue Italia 2010

 

Loewe - Pontormo

 

Loewe - Alexander McQueen "The Hunger" collection

 

Isabel Marant - Hans Feurer’s photos

 

Ottolinger - Lucie Stahl’s works

 

Raf Simons - Steven Shearer

 

Patou - Gustave Doré , Jean Jacques Lequeu 

Patou - Gustave Doré
Patou - Jean Jacques Lequeu

 

Rochas - Illustrations by René Gruau

 

MSGM - Steven Frykholm's posters for Herman Miller 

 

Fendi - Antonio Lopez’s illustrations

 

Erdem - Dame Edith Sitwell

 

Louis Vuitton - Art nouveau vampires

Louis Vuitton SS22 - Musidora
Louis Vuitton SS22 - Ziegfeld Follies (1946)
Louis Vuitton SS22 - Marie Antoinette 1938 costumes
Louis Vuitton SS22 - Marie Antoinette 1938 costumes
Louis Vuitton SS22 - Victorian bat costume illustration
Louis Vuitton SS22 - Truman Capote's Black and White Ball

 

Chanel - Chanel 90s collections

 

Chloé - Nature

 

Givenchy - American artist Josh Smith