Wednesday, September 8, 2010

Ange Musicien.

The definition of fashion has been tainted over the last few years ; whereas it was considered a proper mean of self-expression a couple of decades back, it's now said to be a universe at odds with art where money reigns over creativity. Albeit the similarities between art and fashion have always been fairly impalpable - hence the importance of overstepping your own boundaries when opening a fashion magazine or watching a show ; indeed, only a fanciful soul can make out the artistic side of the drapping of a dress or the detailing of a photograph - they still do exist : the omnipresence of a model the artists get inspired from is among those common points. Andzelika Buivydaite, discreet newcomer, is a dream of an inspiration, as well as the antithesis of sophisticated beauty. Pictorial-featured face, airy caramel-y hair, invisible eyebrows and rebelliously quirky sulk, she looks like coming straight off a painting of Jan van Eyck's all the while having her edge. Vogue Italia... that's where she belongs to. In my mind's eye, Franca Sozzani takes the Lithuanian-born under her wing and introduces her to a certain italian photographer who gets enamored with her right away. As of now, it's sheer wishful thinking ; but I'm quite certain that Andzelika will become Paolo's protégée, assuming she gets to force her way in the international market, of course. That's where developement and placements come into play : let's hope for the most brilliant management for the most precious Lithuanian character I've seen recently!

source : via @ tFS


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