jacquemus aw16

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presentation autumn winter 1617
photography: Kim Weston Arnold / Indigital.tv (detail of original)

when Jacquemus  started the autumn winter 1617 collection, he had an image of performance artist and choreographer Willi Dorner in mind; A take on his ‘Bodies in Urban Spaces’ project – where he squeezes an unidentifiable, brightly dressed crowd into unexpected locations, like doorways or stairwells.

‘I was obsessed by this ‘all togetherness’ – that there are no faces, it’s a group of people, a mix,’ he recalls of the reference. ‘This was the idea of the collection, you had 60s inspired dresses and a 90s shirt, a lot of different things mixed all together.’

photography: David Luraschi