Pushing deep into medieval territory, Boramy Viguier drew up a group steeped in monastic references, cinching puffer coats with beaded cords and constructing a coat resembling a priest’s robe.
These items sat alongside lengthy tailor-made jackets and hoodies in wealthy velvet, tough knit sweaters and slick leather-based trousers — forming an unusual and compelling supply that additional broadened the outerwear specialist’s vary.
The push into the digital realm has flipped round his design course of, in a way, prompting him to assume up the characters of a digital movie earlier than making their clothes — the evil king Atlas the First, knights or rebels, within the case of this assortment. Entitled “Resurrection,” the movie is the sequel to 1 he confirmed throughout the Gucci Fest, and takes place on the Royaumont Abbey, north of Paris.
Viguier intently follows costume designers for films like “Lord of the Rings” and has gained a eager appreciation of the craft — which he likens to high fashion. The designer additionally included western references, as a part of his boundary-pushing train of mashing up kinds to give you one thing new. The digital realm provides us entry to countless sources, as he identified, noting he’s deeply aware of the work of a boot maker in Utah.
“I really like American attire, western outfits — I really like every part, that’s my drawback….I don’t wish to select,” he mentioned. “I wish to make each apparent notion work collectively, and to see what occurs afterward — perhaps it’s ugly, perhaps it doesn’t work, I don’t actually thoughts. The factor is to attempt.”