Paris Fashion Week: Futuristic fashion at Gareth Pugh

30 Sep

Think fashion aboard this super stylish spacecraft or what the fashion forward ladies will be wearing in 3012 and you have the picture of this collection. True to his cyber space, sci-fi style, Gareth Pugh’s collection was chock full of space gear. Fashion forward, über chic space gear.

The absolutely genius twist was his ditching the catwalk and showing the collection in an i-max style movie.

You can check it out on the link http://showstudio.com/collection/gareth_pugh_paris_womenswear_s_s_11

The collection is another blissful reminder that fashion does not have to make sense, at least not in this century. We don’t have to be able to wear everything the creative mind of a designer crafts, after all, fashion is art. Take a peek at some of the pieces in the gorgeous collection.

Pics courtesy style.com

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4 Responses to “Paris Fashion Week: Futuristic fashion at Gareth Pugh”

  1. modelly September 30, 2010 at 9:50 pm #

    Space fashion, and interesting concept indeed….
    It is quite risky for a designer to create such pieces, cause some of them are hardly wearable. But if it works, then it is futuristic, modern, a bit frightening with a good dash of electric expression… I like it!

  2. Izora October 1, 2010 at 10:30 pm #

    I would hardly say these pieces are not wearable. I love them and could wear some of them; depending on the occassion. The other thing to consider is that you do not have to wear it exactly how it has been shown-d end of an outfit lies in the personal style of the wearer(does that make sense)-in short, how you wear it. I really love the crisp lines!

  3. Corner Cabinet · November 4, 2010 at 9:55 am #

    sci-fi is the best, i always watch science fiction movies and read science fiction novels ”

    • Style Fest November 4, 2010 at 10:17 am #

      Yeah! And i think its sooo cool to bring that into fashion. That’s amazing innovation right there!

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