Yesterday, we looked at our overlords….now, let’s look at the minions and common folk within Spring 2014 Couture’s retro futurism.
Environmental toxicity is officially a thing, now that it’s found its way into haute couture. The masks at Maison Martin were not the only ones I saw. I’m expecting full on gas masks for Spring 2015. Also, Spring 2015? WHY DOES THE FUTURE SUCK SO MUCH?
So what if she looks like an extra from the roller disco scene in Xanadu. It’s shiny, it has a cute hat, and it’s an outfit that doesn’t require pants. I’m all for a pants-free future.
I bet this is how DMV clerks will wear in the future:
I’m sure I’m in the minority, but I’m loving the new silhouette Karl Lagerfeld is pushing at Chanel:
It’s so cyber-girl and incredibly forgiving, even for those of us who aren’t 90 pound runway models. The loose top and skirt paired with a sparkly undergarment is so simple, yet so futuristic. I love it.
Also, kneepads, elbow pads, and fanny packs:
MORE NO PANTS:
The Military Overlord’s secretary will not take your call. Now, die.
The Divine Overlord of the Theocratic Universe will also not take your call. Now, die.
I love that this is like a really aggressive caftan: