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Thomas Tait’s Artsy Approach
London Fashion Week Day Four
17 Сентября 2014
The colour blocks revealed at the Thomas Tait show were not all the designer’s own. Canadian-born Tait, who won the Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton (LVMH) Prize for young talent, had invited French artist Georges Rousse to bring his vision of colour to the post-industrial building called “The Vinyl Factory”.
The collaboration was intense, designed to align the work of the two creatives. This was fashion through the prism of art.
As models in dresses with carefully assembled geometric pieces passed by a pillar with deep canary-yellow paintwork, it was as if background and clothes were merging. Even bootees, with heels like open bird beaks, seemed artistic.
But whereas Georges Rousse’s work was solid and commanding, the dresses seemed wispy and insubstantial, with squares of thin fabric fluttering in red or yellow.
Part of the LVMH Prize is a year-long mentorship. After this initial flourish of ideas, maybe Thomas Tait can be persuaded to bring more normality to his graphic conceptions.
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