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PUNK GOES CLASSIC | We continue to unveil the most important Trans-Seasonal Trends in Fashion Accessories for 2018-2019

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1. Hermès, 32 Kelly Graffiti'd By Haculla via Moda Operandi.   2. New-York-Vintage-Lime-Peacock-Mohawk via 1stdips.   3. Porcelain thorn necklace by Patrick Moulin via Valery Demure.   4. SAINT LAURENT’s lace mini dress.    5. Original punk screw choker, c. 1970s via 1stdips.   6. SAINT LAURENT’s asymmetrical mini skirt in gold.    7. SAINT LAURENT ‘s animal print mini dress.   8. Skull Cameo Diamond Gold Earrings via 1stdips.   9. Loes Vrij’s Diavolino bag.   10. A touch of the early '90s-Saint Laurent by Hedi Slimane embellished boots. DIY idea.   11. BENEDETTA BRUZZICHES's ‘Prenditi Cura di Te’

New York Street Style 201
Paciotti by Midnight capsule collection by Ada Kokosar for Cesare Paciotti
One-of-a-kind Hermes Kelly Bag covered in graffiti by street artist Haculla via Moda Operandi 
New York Street Style 2017
Christian Louboutin - Fall 2015 | Electro boot
 Rick Owens’ wife. The incredible and brutally chic! Michèle Lamy.
Karl Lagerfeld for Chanel | Iconic Met Museuem Punk Jacket via 1stDips
Karl Lagerfeld for Chanel Punk jacket, 2011, offered by Katy Kane via 1stDips   

Fendi - Peekaboo Bag
Balenciaga AJ Small City Bag
Design by Magda Butrym
New York Street Style 2017
NY Streetstyle 2017
Paris Street Style 2
Punk inspiration - Karl Lagerfeld for Chanel

About punk’s revolutionary influence on the evolution of fashion, culture and couture. 
Punk upended long-held ideas about age, gender, sexuality and even race. It was an extraordinarily brave movement, heroic in a way. Kids were creating garments that went beyond fashion. Punk was provocative and confrontational and it epitomised individuality and originality in a time when fashion was driven by youth and by the street. It is a reminder of a time when innovation was prized above all.

SEX by Vivienne Westwood and Malcolm McLaren
 'Venus' t-shirt, 1975 for $52,741.22AUD at 1stDipd

Punk reflected a time of recession. In the mid-’70s urban kids felt disaffected and alienated. Innovation was their way of finding a future they could not see. In England, punk was fuelled by socio-political anger, whereas in America punk had an artistic foundation. Its primary message is the idea of “Do It Yourself,” a sole creative source such as a designer or an artist. Those kids owned their own creativity and cultural persona and this was very empowering. In the ’70s was the first time subversive graphics were worn, promoting punk’s ideas to a mass audience.

Saint Laurent signature Rangers studded punk sole boot
Apart from its raw visual language, what high fashion found so compelling was punk’s honesty, authenticity and integrity. Designers like Rei, John Galliano and Miuccia Prada all consistently create fashion that dramatically changes perceptions of beauty. Nothing has come along since then that has been as radical, shocking or has dramatically changed our ideas of beauty. Fashion today is concerned with gradual changes, evolution. But we all love revolutionaries. Punks were the last fashion heroes.

Icon Trend | Acid Greens | Jason Wu Spring 2017 
Icon Trend | Acid Greens | Dries van Noten Fall 2017
Icon Trend | Acid Greens | New York - Vintage | Lime Peacock Mohawk via 1stDips
Icon Trend | Acid Greens | Erdem Spring 2017
Tiered yellow gloves via Valery Demure
Icon Trend | Acid Greens | Emilio Pucci Fall 2017
Icon Trend | Acid Greens | Emilio Pucci Fall 2017

Icon Trend | Acid Greens | Emilio Pucci Fall 2017
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