Riccardo Tisci F/W 2005
"As fashionistas pushed themselves into an abandon warehouse, we came upon a candle lit visual with a wonderful flutist on a crane playing classical music with an opera singer in the background bellowing soul stirring serenades in the key of B flat.
…The next room unveiled a simplistic set consisting of an alter, life size Cross, dried leaves, rose peddles with numerous desks and lockers..
This set was a statement of over the top Goth with a direct reference to good and bad deeds of life. The models wearing all black were deemed as bad while they tried to coax the precious fresh face models in white not to pray at the alter and give their lives to the Cross.” - Michelle Taylor & Randal Jacobs
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