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Kenzo’s David Lynchian fall/winter 2014-15 show during Paris Fashion Week started with a howling, eerie sound-scape of Twin Peaks-reminiscent music. Distorted mirrors and a structure of bewitching sculptures surrounded the runway. Each look was said to hold a deeply mysterious symbolic meaning of individuality.
Surreal turtlenecks, wide legged trousers, suits, parkas, and coats of fox fur marked the staple pieces of the line like most for the season. Winged belts positioned around the waist, metallic prints, wave patterns, and structured tailoring formations unified the collection.
Proportions were exaggerated in forms of oversized coats, ultra high waists, and longer than long trouser legs. Limes, lilacs, and darker hues were combined with detachable paneling, foiled knits, and shredded materials, bringing a rigorous dynamic to the collection.