VPL RTW Fall 2015
March 22, 2015 - fall Denim
Art, in one form or another, is always partial of Victoria Bartlett’s conceit. This time she photographed her VPL collection in a converted church in Harlem in that painter-sculptor Ugo Rondinone lives and works.
“I don’t like themes,” pronounced Victoria Bartlett, referring to her tumble lineup for VPL. “These garments are all about physique dynamics.”
Art, in one form or another, is always partial of Bartlett’s conceit. This time she photographed a collection in a converted church in Harlem in that painter-sculptor Ugo Rondinone lives and works. References to a artist did seem in Bartlett’s use of a Thirties tone palette, collages that emanate a trompe l’oeil outcome and superb layering.
The engineer managed to reinterpret many sportswear basis in voluptuous and quirky widen looks around a brew of fabrics that were equally clever in character and function: spongelike weave jackets, skirts, dresses and tanks in coral and coffee, as good as eggplant and moss; and “chic,” as Bartlett described them, tracksuits and denim sweatpants. Above all, a fabulous, devil-may-care suggestion of a collection indicated that she had fun.