"I love Fake"
The Trend for the AW 2015. ” I Love Fake” firstly attracted to me and now i would like to do the deeply analysis on this trend.
Movie: The Lego Movie (2014)
(LEGO FASHION SHOW)
You can see the Lego version of it in the video, and images from the real runway show. That’s cool!! isn’t it?
It’s American-Australian-Danish computer animated adventure comedy film directed and co-written by Phi Lord and Christopher Miller. It’s the first film produced by Warner Animation Group.
How does it influence to the fashion
The Lego Watch designed by French Designer JC de Castelbajac (JC DC). It’s his part of his whole future lego lineup. The style is like very 80s but apparently that is in right now. The Lego watches comes in a different colors-six version as you can see them being worn all at same time the Nicolas Hayek style
The Lego Fashion by JC DC in 2009, In the Sky with Diamonds, which debuted during paris fashion week, is just one of them.
Music: MIka/We are Golden, Psy/Gangnam Style
(Mika-We Are Golden) - The music video Influence by the pop art
Also another one is well-famous south korea pop singer Psy
which his images and portrait influenced by Manga Culture
TV: The SImpsons
One of television’s most influencing by manga art and enduring classic is everyone’s favorite jaundiced family, The Simpsons. The Simpsons long ago began to feel like a happily family that we have all come to know and love it. Of course.. some of designers got inspired by it too.
On the eve of the Simpons’s 500 episode, designer Jeremy Scott showed off his collection of Bart-inspired huate couture at NYFW.
“I was just dreaming of things i wanted to wear myself-that’s always the starting point of any of my collections." As Scott told the Hollywood Reporter, explaining his ideas of designs.
President Obama’s ‘Hope’ poster is one of the most recognizible pieces of street art of all time, and is being called a cultural phenomenon. Created by Shepard Fairey used by photoshop, this poster became instantly viral and played a huge part in the success of Barack Obama’s Presidential campaign.
The photoshop helps everyone can do the pop art piece at home too.
How does it influence to fashion?
Rodarte for Sonia Rykiel jersey cheerleader suit and the Pop Art Jean Charles de Castelbajac dress.
Pop art history: In the years following WW II, the United States enjoyed an unprecedented period of economic and political growth. Many middle class Americans move to the suburbs. Marilyn Monroe was a film star, and television replaced the radio at that time.
It was in this climate of turbulence, experimentation, and consumerism that a new generation artist emerged to Britain and America in middle of 1950, the pop artists were poor and they started to look for inspiration in the world everyday. they representing the everyday items, consumer goods, using bold swaths of primary colors, straight from the can or tube of paint. they adopted commercial way like silkscreening or produced mutiples of work, giving an abstract expression.
Basically pop culture elements from television, advertisements, films, and cartoons. The most successful and famous one is the Marilyn Monroe portrait by Andy Warhol.
and also today Dolce & Gabbana Fall 2009 show bring it back the fashion icon too.
The Key Shapes and types of garments correspond to this trend. Association of garments, layering.
As we can see the next 2015 AW Trend will be like sporty wear with bold graphic style and geometric shapes. The eye-popping colors.
Pop Art, Art Deco, Bauhaus, and futuristic-kitsch influenced a lot for the trend.
Now just take look this playful, eye-popping aesthetic it’s head again in designs here.
Oversized anti-branding shirts.
Retro cartoon icons oversize shirts (Gothic Sports)
Monochrome palette. Sports layering. 90’s Street wear aesthetic style, with baseball shirts, Japanese ninja graphic style.
The Varsity Jacket
Saint Laurent Leopard ponyskin& red wool bomber varsity jacket 2015
This red wool-blend and leopard-print calf-hair bomber jacket was a highlight of Saint Laurent’s rockabilly AW14 collection, and sums up the show’s 1980s mood perfectly. It has a point collar, long sleeves and a sporty striped hem and cuffs. Fasten it with the snap buttons or wear it loose and open with the collar turned up.