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Early Issey Miyake top

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Issey Miyake Pleats Please bag

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Maison Martin Margiela spring—summer 1998.
“During the second phase of the fashion process, when the identified sources are presented for the first time to a public, there is a need for some distance: the forms have not yet been tempered, the public’s resistance has not been tested. A meticulously staged ritual, bordering on the theatrical, is required. For clothing, the fashion show provides this milieu,…” Val K. Warke, “Architecture. Observing the mechanisms of fashion”, in Architecture: In Fashion, Princeton Architectural Press, New York, 1994, p. 135.
Maison Martin Margiela. Collection Spring/Summer 1998. October 1997, La Conciergerie, Paris. Twenty men of varying ages bring, on hangers, clothing presented by video, explained by text, and projected on five towers covered in white cotton, close to the public. 
Martin Margiela: Our Summer 1998 collection explores the transformation of a two-dimensional garment which becomes three-dimensional on the human body.

Maison Martin Margiela spring—summer 1998.

During the second phase of the fashion process, when the identified sources are presented for the first time to a public, there is a need for some distance: the forms have not yet been tempered, the public’s resistance has not been tested. A meticulously staged ritual, bordering on the theatrical, is required. For clothing, the fashion show provides this milieu,… Val K. Warke, Architecture. Observing the mechanisms of fashion, in Architecture: In Fashion, Princeton Architectural Press, New York, 1994, p. 135.

Maison Martin Margiela. Collection Spring/Summer 1998. October 1997, La Conciergerie, Paris. Twenty men of varying ages bring, on hangers, clothing presented by video, explained by text, and projected on five towers covered in white cotton, close to the public. 

Martin Margiela: Our Summer 1998 collection explores the transformation of a two-dimensional garment which becomes three-dimensional on the human body.

(Source: dekonstruktivisme)

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Issey Miyake “Making Things” expo catalouge. Fondation Cartier 1998.
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Issey Miyake “Making Things” expo catalouge. Fondation Cartier 1998.

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Issey Miyake top
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Black and green tie-dye wool playsuit from Yohji Yamamotoᴀʀᴄʜɪᴠᴇ ᴄʟᴜʙ

Black and green tie-dye wool playsuit from Yohji Yamamoto

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« Issey Miyake A-POC INSIDE »  2007 animation made from a short loop of 3D tracking data from a model walking by MASAHIKO SATO & EUPHRATES agency

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Issey Miyake starring Alek Wek
Fashion/Cinema, Biennale di Firenze (1998)

Issey Miyake starring Alek Wek

Fashion/Cinema, Biennale di Firenze (1998)

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Issey Miyake Studio scarfᴀʀᴄʜɪᴠᴇ ᴄʟᴜʙ

Issey Miyake Studio scarf

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Robert Clergerie shoes

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