Although most of the models were wearing Met Gala red carpet, dressed as the stick a skin, almost no clothes (see: Kendall Jenner cape type La Perla dress, Bella Hadid tight Alexander Wang catsuit, etc.), Grace Hartzel, however, play up her own drum. In this year’s event, a native of st. Louis, Missouri, wore a cloak of gothic dior shawl and heavy Tim burton makeup from her peers. It was this personality that made Hartzel one of the most popular models on the runway and outside the runway. Her latest performance? The print run of Erdem x H&M was shot by photographer Michal Pudelka and directed by Baz Luhrmann, a collection of companion short films. Here, the model and the famous director, the most precious property in her closet, and her own H&M collaboration might look something like that.
In 2017, politics permeates every aspect of culture, from movies to TV to music. So it’s no surprise that politics may also influence the way we talk about fashion. Usually, the term includes the word “power,” because the term has just been revealed to be the most popular term of the year.
According to Lyst’s data analysis, there are more than 30,000 articles on fashion in more than 100 articles published throughout 2017. “power” is the word that appears most frequently. Check the power consumption of the fashion itself, if there is a match like Virgil Abloh is indirectly through the chest of Diana did recently collected in his lens, or more like a public school, Prabal Gurung, Jonathan Simkhai and Christian Siriano runway as political slogans, “power” also played a formal clothing this year. That’s because Celine’s Phoebe Philo, the designers of Louis Vuitton’s NicolasGhesquiere and Balenciaga’s Demna Gvasalia, brought back the era of strong dressing in the 1980s, and was once a must-have for many women in the workplace. This year, though, it seems more rigid and quirky. Linda Fargo, Bergdorf Goodman, senior vice President (Linda Fargo) earlier this year told W: “personally, I like my” power look “is a drama, does not conform to, restraint, surprised, modesty and a combination of fun. “It was the strongest, most unbeatable I felt.”
The power of women is definitely the theme of 2017, perhaps the latest annual character cover of the era: silent crushers. # MeToo movement was originally by activists Tarana Burke (), in the absence of the cover in 2006 released on Twitter, but this year’s strong, everyone from Angelina Jolie, Gwyneth Paltrow, Jennifer Lawrence, Uma Therman, Lupita Nyong ‘o, and so on the story of their sexual abuse is put forward. So the second most common fashion word of the year is to wake up.
Behind these two words, which in turn is a statement, pattern (never seemed to disappear from fashion vocabulary words), millennials, additional, masculine, cult, ugly and vegan. Considering how to reconcile this year with the fashion culture, take this as an argument in your pocket and next time you hear it being considered frivolous.