At this particular time machine that are fashion runways, yesterday is true today, the future we envisioned for years, and this is irrelevant. If past years worked, why change? So designers are turning to this fall-winter 2012/2013 with hits from decades past to create their current designs. Mainly inspired by the 50 or 60, mixed with some of the 70 to season. Retro is fashionable.
Or what is still, wallpaper that decorated the walls of the series tell me until it has reached today, which has crept into parades Louis Vuitton, Miu Miu and Prada making dresses, suits and shirts are filled drawings are dizzying kaleidoscopic.
The perfect secretaries who are the salt and pepper of Mad Men, who had talent to go much higher but for the time that made them to be more inept bosses orders they invade the parades. Nina Ricci, Rochas or Rodarte sweaters seek their point, their pencil skirts, and that style is always impeccable.
I like the twist that give in Nina Ricci, as if the formal and efficient secretary always had disheveled, glasses danced and drank all night and come to work the next day to the office wearing the same clothes, dressing in haste or blurred night with makeup, raising all kinds of rumors behind him.
The refined retro
Other firms have renewed it by adding a sophisticated retro and current. I love the new air have given Valentino designers Pier Paolo Piccioli and Maria Grazia Chiuri. Everything that comes out of their pens have a taste of the 60's that I love.
Retro style is edgy Derek Lam. Renewed with leather, with contrasting collars, it may look twenties and older women because they know get the best of each decade.
Jonathan Saunders copy silhouettes with old flavor but with updated colors and fabrics.
The future of this fall and winter is more retro than ever.