Viktor & Rolf

Autumn-Winter 2013/14 

Viktor Horsting and Rolf Snoeren entered the new season with a somewhat diluted version of their usual aesthetic, while it maintained the eccentric creativity we are used to seeing from the design duo, the looks were more attainable and more wearable than normal.

The collection had a slight hint of the 60s to it, with double breasted jackets and jumpsuits that you could imagine on Mary Quant. The signature dramatic touches came in the form of oversized bows and a striking trompe l’oeil effect across some of the designs, while unusual this added further depth to the collection. Also unusually for Viktor & Rolf the collection was largely monochrome, though this can endanger a collection of being forgotten their thigh skimming skirts and sharp silhouette’s kept the look exciting.

Roanna Price

Written by Roanna Price

Roanna Price, fascinated by the escapism, imagination and conversation that can be conjured in the glossy page of fashion writing. Journalism graduate in Liverpool Roanna is responsible for our Top Model Biographies section.


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