August 22 2014

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Klaus! Kylie! Inès! JPG Loves The Eighties


You could tell something was up from the first strains of Klaus Nomi’s “The Cold Song” on the soundtrack at Jean Paul Gaultier: Fashion’s former enfant terrible was having an eighties moment in a major way. A roll call of the era’s icons made appearances: paparazzi angling for a shot of Kylie Minogue in the front row; more musical exuberance courtesy of Kate Bush; and, in the most dramatic coup, Lagerfeld’s longtime muse and the former face of France, Inès de la Fressange, working the runway to roaring applause. It was a stirring way to recapture the magic of one of couture’s golden ages, and from the audience’s reaction it was thrilled to see her again. Linda Evangelista, Stephanie Seymour, Claudia Schiffer, and now Inès—do we smell another modeling comeback story?

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  1. Valerio says:

    The models of the 80s and 90s were real models with a lot of personality, they had no lack of convidence. Linda, Christy, Cindy and Claudia or Ines where fashion and could make a show to a special event. The models now these days are boring, selfish and very often overrated young woman. It actually started with Karolina Kurkova and Dewi Driegen, I admit they had in a sence personality and an beautiful walk on the runway. But after these two models we got a lot of models who disappeared after a few fashion shows. Okay there are always exceptions like Natasha Poly or even Carmen Kass. But overall it’s actually one big mess. Thank Sameer for posting this, I really mean that.

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