Tailoring and, in other words, sewing has always been a corollary of haute couture — stitching can, after all, manually change how a piece of clothing fits our figure. So it’s no surprise that we’ve found fit in couture collections, including Viktor & Rolf’s FW/22 collection. But in a form that matches these tailors’ provocative design views, these aren’t your typical suits. The first half of the show featured an over-the-top structured collar and tight hems, while the second half still featured an oversized collar but styled with oversized buttons and comfortable trousers. roof.
And while you may be thinking, “Okay, but we known comfort events going on”, what makes this collection so remarkable is how Viktor Horsting and Rolf Snoeren were able to continually use high fashion approaches to challenge the way we think. Whether it’s repositioning the way we see the limits of masculinity through clothing or the role of haute couture on a cultural scale, Viktor & Rolf, again and again, systematically connect online for all of us.