Monday, February 15, 2010

+ fashion for the frozen tundra.

thakoon f/w 2010.

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Let's just say that in many fashion shows for fall 2010 we see fur coming back after disappearing in the last few fall seasons due to the recession. Thakoon's show was no exception, and in fact featured a fur coat made of a patchwork of fox, mink, and raccoon pellets, and a few models wore disembodied hoods with fur trimming.


Once again, the wool fur came up again, this time with a gilet with oversized shoulders made up of Mongolian lamb fur. This is the first time Thakoon Panichgul experimented with these design techniques, which did not always work, as in the case of the fox lined peacoat, which made model Alla Kostromicheva look fat. Otherwise it was refreshing to see him explore new designs.

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