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Fetchingly presented against a dawn to dusk backdrop, this Dries Van Noten collection was both familiar and new. On a preview call the designer said that his riotously colored last-season outing, plus the establishment of an effective home working strategy for his pattern-cutters, created the context for this reassessment of archetypal garments through new structures and fabrication techniques. Van Noten added: “It was really nice to be able to work on construction, on shapes, on volumes, rather than really bold colors and wild prints. It was about going to the menswear wardrobe staples, and trying not to leave them because I wanted them to be recognizable, but to look at their function, and the way you feel about some things that you think you know but which maybe you don’t.”As for accessories, a new entry in an ongoing collaboration with Adidas combined transparency and suede, while a miniature crossbody bag was designed to be worn alone or with add-ons. In his show notes, the designer quoted Rauschenberg: “There is no reason not to consider the world as one gigantic painting.” Which is Meier’s way of saying, it’s up to the creatives, in any domain, to try and make things better by giving people something to be excited about.
Luke Meier designs what is on his mind. And what’s been on his mind lately is “recent ancient history.” Anyone who loves vinyls, or is still hanging onto VCR and cassette tapes, will immediately relate.Not that he is heavy-handed about it—quite the contrary. One case in point is a compelling layered look featuring watercolor green silk organza printed with a vintage botanical plate and a black-and-white photo of a polar bear. Meier explained that it was made using cyanotype, a blueprint-like process that produces a ghostly effect. “It’s dystopian, but that’s really what’s on everyone’s mind,” he explained matter-of-factly.“We’re in a moment of momentous change. If we can manage to be positive in this moment, you can see where the turning points are.” So he’s holding onto optimism while also taking a cue from Robert Rauschenberg. The theme of collage and assemblage returned on what the designer calls “a suit without a jacket”: a tailored shirt with a black-and-white flower and straight, fluid trousers with a zip opening at the hem.Meier likes taking noble materials and loosening them up a bit. Sharp coats and jackets had off-center zippers instead of buttons. A shirt in diagonal jacquard was, he said, a reference to recent-ancient history we no longer even consider: TV static.
A further section deals head-on with those who will ‘Go fish,’ by making accusations of copying the second they see something they think they recognize—he’s suffered from that. Readings and misreadings dangerously depend on who’s looking, he argues. “It’s bigger than ‘What’s ours’? This isn’t a science fair. It’s culture!”It dovetails into the art-heist sub-narrative of film—the poetic, powerful multi-disciplinary piece made entirely by the diverse crew of talents Abloh has brought to work at Vuitton. Its theme, shot between a gallery-like space and Swiss mountains, is based on James Baldwin’s 1953 essay “Stranger in the Village,” the writer’s reflections of how it felt to be looked at in the midst of white culture as a Black American artist in Switzerland.It’s beautiful, the clothes are great and they will doubtless trigger even more fandom for Abloh’s Louis Vuitton menswear, even amidst the pandemic. As for stepping up to make a bigger statement with fashion in this critically sensitive moment of change? Well, he says: “I have a responsibility. We said we want diversity, didn’t we say that in 2020? Making change means making these changes. I don’t want to look back and say I turned a blind eye. But you know,” he concludes, “I’m an optimist. The future is yet to be decided.”
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