Delving into tailored “extravaganza”: all you need to know about the Christian Dada AW19 show at Paris Fashion Week.
If you thought that you could get away with the classic “grandad” coat, then you may have been utterly wrong.
Within this season’s collection labelled “Signal Noise”, the designer Masanori Morikawa inspired himself by Japanese art surrounding the 20th century, scrutinising topics such as minority, sexuality, environmental issues and social status.
The apparel features exquisite hues, alluding to the abstract conception of “positivity within modern-day society”, detaching from the uncountable chaotic matters which surround humanity.
Black prevailing, with an enticing touch of a vivid palette constituted by primary and secondary hues, the runway busted into a multiplicity of dynamic yet compelling tones.
Imperative statement pieces were not to be missed: ranging from knitwear pieces to the finest tailored blazers, one could admire embellished as well as exquisite details across surface patterns and more, such as poetic typography in Japanese, adorned by a myriad of an enchanting tonal choice. A true sartorial appetite.
The conclusion? Wear DADA or wear NADA!