Friday, 15 April 2016


A look from Theia's spring 2017 show.
Photo: Theia
The delayed Bob Bowie's comprehensive affect style varies from several Kate Moss Fashion includes to unforgettable driveway minutes by developers like Jean John Gaultier and Hedi Slimane for St. Laurent. So it was only to do with your efforts and effort before the famous musician and acting professional extraordinaire's mark hit the wedding market... right? Namely, the springtime 2017 selection by Theia, which revealed during New York wedding Week on Friday.

Now, Theia developer Don O'Neill is known for integrating social sources into his selections. The artificial snow and light red outfit in his springtime 2015 display instantly introduced "Frozen" to thoughts. And now, O'Neill really went clever with his motivation, first illustrating from a futuristic-looking marine picture by Rafal Makiela and Bowie's 1976 unfamiliar film, "The Man Who Dropped To World." There's a very lovely backstory, too: O'Neill is getting wedded this year and is sensation that "the substance of love is white-colored light." Hence the external life concept that was also revealed on what seemed like a aluminum foil protected driveway and back splash.

I'll confess to never having seen the traditional Bowie film, but a fast Wikipedia summary shows that the icon's very dapper and human-looking unfamiliar personality comes to earth in search of a water resource. He finishes up succumbing to very individual vices: too much sex, liquor reliance and a TV habit. At some point, Bowie would wear what looks like a silvery hooded bodysuit with a specific headscarf padded over it — an adjunct converted for the wedding driveway as handmade and stitched swimming hats. (Although, with the models' warrior-esque icy brown braid-and-pony-tail combination, some of them introduced the "Game of Thrones" Unsullied Military to thoughts, too.) 

The external universe concept could also be seen out of the woods vinyl fabric paneling (not sure of the satisfaction, but it can't be any more executed than shapewear), iceberg-blue and silvery shade scheme, a python-embossed halter outfit and a curly designed 3-D paillette outfit that actually brought to mind the reptilian aliens on the TV display, "V." O'Neill went extremely actual with the space-age design via a gold, flower ornamented prepare type thing that seemed like an orbital direction, shaped metal and vinyl fabric wing-like fire and a organized high-neck receiver that kind of seemed like an overstated Elizabethan receiver or a ribbons edition of a dog spool. Either way, I compliment the article certificate with wedding style. Marriages should be fun, too, right?

Another possible "The Man Who Dropped To Earth" reference: There's a field where a shirtless Bowie assessments out his erect nipples in the reflection (maybe '70s era aliens don't have those?) and I believe a long-sleeve and very actual stitched impression outfit had tactically placed sequin and pellet outlining that was similar to a nip. Just saying.

You be the assess and check out the whole selection below.

A look from Theia's spring 2017 show. Photo: Theia

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