In this collection the designer explored clothing construction as architecture yet followed a pursuit of absolute lightness. "Tailleur and Flou" this duality represents the essence of haute couture but what Keller seem to suggest for couture this summer is a more hybrid approach. The designs seemed superfluous with a built in calm grandeur.
The magic erupted with the vaporous Cosmic dresses in layers of translucent organza printed with colored clouds by New York based artist Kim Keever, which lent his surrealistic touch to each creation. Equally dramatic was a blue and white mini dress that resembled an alien flower blooming into life, something Bjork might wear.
The collection felt exotic and was an ode to living life to the fullest. That is what matters, that feeling of curiosity and joy for life that we all should share even if we can't afford the luxuries of haute couture, remember that each one of us is like a couture sample, unique, brilliant and ultimately inimitable. A custom made perfection and live each unrepeatable moment from there.
The youngest haute couture customers all over the world swear by his name. They want this kind of beautiful that is both cultivated and cultural, but at the same time looks and feels new, fresh, effortless and fabulous. Each piece is a statement transferring an attitude that says "Go BIG or go home!"
It was like a garden and then a coral reef, an aquatic fusion emerging from the deep blue, shooting like a star toward an entire universe filled with countless stars resembling our nature. A world of fantasy mixed into the mundane. Schiaparellistic indeed!