Viktor and Rolf Are Not Done Playing with Dolls For the Fashion Industry

 

It seems Viktor & Rolf made every fashionista still young at heart wildest dreams come true at the PFW17 Haute Couture Fashion Show. Their diverse presentation of real life size dolls parading down the runway during the reveal of their Fall 17 collection up’d the anti of the unexpected!  This year the fashion house chose to shock the crowd with life size dolls to daunt their first 20 looks of the signature Avant Garde inspired collection and shut the show down!

The French Fashion house never cease to amaze their critics and consistent followers alike.  Viktor & Rolf always brings their A game with their outrageous designs and outlandish presentation and disappointing the aforesaid at this years Fall-Winter Paris Fashion week clearly wasn’t an option.  Although, the first twenty looks were worn by the life size dolls that seemingly were influenced by the Bratz dolls that made their way into every little girls hearts in the early 2000’s, the fashion house finished the remaining of the show concentrating on their signature designs that we have come to know and love.  The line was lead by an army green tone, which has seem to be deemed the new black in the fashion industry.  That being said the fashion house seemingly felt compelled to pair their army green, orange color swatches with the traditional blue jeans.

It may seem that the pairing of army green and denim could be categorized as a repetitive fashion experience, but one glance of this magnificent duo gliding down the runway with or without the life size bobble head of your daughters favorite Bratz doll and you’ll quickly realize that this collection “can’t” be categorized as it has a lane of it’s own…and calling it mundane  couldn’t be any further from the truth!

Genny Bee

Genny Bee

Genny B. is a native Washingtonian who has always had the desire to support her family, friends and counterparts in fashion business. She is also founder and editor-in-Chief of TheBuzzwithGennyBee.com