With their Fall 2012 collection, A.F.Vandevorst propose the full coverage. The leather gloves, the leather boots, the mysterious hats and some big shawls, are not just appropriate for every fall collection, but are suited to serve as a kind of urban camouflage. The incognito game, early developed by Maison Martin Margiela, evolved from conceptual to commercial. Shifting the erogenous zones, fashion always plays with the body, reinventing the overall look. The models’ faces in A.F. Vandervorst show are almost entirely covered, wrapped in those scarves, while other body parts are exposed through a transparency effect. This is really nice, even we’re talking about a simple stage artifice.
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