The uniform of the "Art Lover Lady" at LAFW

Definitely taking the art museum concept to heart you can see digitally printed Statue of Davids and other sculptures staring back at you on boldly structured tops and asymmetric pleated dresses. Starch white woven tops and bottoms reminiscent of cold marble sculptures and blank white walls and deep black hues, that uniform color for any member of the artsy intelligentsia. The "Art lover lady" has finally taken over the runway.

Due to digital amnesia we have no idea who this amazing designer is. I know, we're sorry. All we know is that this was taken at LA Fashion Week (LAFW) A/W 2015 and we were in awe. The pleats were everything. The varying levels of accordion ridges that enveloped the body created a new silhouette going beyond anatomy and into conceptual.

 

We see the strong confident human (we can easily see a man or woman rocking these outfits) who loves to stride into art galleries and museums in getups such as these. In fact, I know I've seen a couple of art ladies wearing outfits exactly like this-maybe they know who the designer is?

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