Naco Paris, Spring/Summer 2015, photo by Natydred

Naco Paris, Spring/Summer 2015, photo by Natydred

 

The delight of being “out of the system”, the utopia of a better world, the wish of a more equitable industry and the idea of being peaceful and sharing feature in “New exoticism” the Spring/Summer 2015 unisex collection by the bright fashion designer Naco Paris, denouncing through his work – joining minimalism to a punk attitude -, the luxury industry’s craze for consumption. The freshness of Seventies style meets the rave parties era from Nineties, smelling of psychedelic incense. The new slogan “Flower power” turns into “Power power”, paying homage to the beauty of wet and shiny skin. Exoticism and elegance, made of different patterns, colors and constructions: linen, cotton and lycra, macro polka dots feature in jackets, shirts and trousers, along with flowers and stripes. It shines the paradigm of sharing in some of the creations that were made in collaboration with the artist Neila Serrano and the tattoo artist and illustrator Sebastien Mileu, including also a pattern designed by his five years old niece Mia. Energy and fun is impressed in a palette of colors including the orange, successful evocation of the Hare Krishna, blue, yellow and white, emphasized by catchy accessories as hats and plastic shoes. Lightness, freedom and incisiveness to celebrate a thinking and assertive femininity.

 

UNA VISIONE POLITICA & POETICA DELLA MODA: IL NUOVO ESOTISMO DI NACO PARIS

Naco Paris, Spring/Summer 2015, photo by Natydred

Naco Paris, Spring/Summer 2015, photo by Natydred

Il piacere di essere “fuori dal sistema”, l’ utopia di un mondo migliore, la speranza di un’ industria più giusta, l’ idea di essere pacifici e la condivisione sono i protagonisti di “New exoticism” la collezione unisex primavera/estate 2015 del brillante fashion designer Naco Paris, che denuncia attraverso il suo lavoro – unendo il minimalismo a un’ attitudine punk -, la frenesia dell’ industria del lusso per il consumismo. La freschezza dello stile degli anni Settanta incontra l’ era dei rave parties degli anni Novanta che profuma di incenso psichedelico. Il nuovo slogan “Flower power” si trasforma in “Power power”, rendendo omaggio alla bellezza della pelle bagnata e splendente. Esotismo ed eleganza, fatta di diversi motivi, colori e costruzioni: lino, cotone e lycra, macro pois sono impressi su giacche, camicie e pantaloni unitamente a fiori e righe. Splende il paradigma della condivisione in alcune delle creazioni che sono state realizzate in collaborazione con l’ artista Neila Serrano ed il tattoo artist ed illustratore Sebastien Mileu e comprende anche un motivo disegnato dalla sua nipote di cinque anni Mia. Energia e divertimento sono racchiusi nella palette di colori che comprende l’ arancio, felice evocazione degli Hare Krishna, blu, giallo e bianco, enfatizzati da accattivanti accessori quali cappelli e scarpe di plastica. Leggerezza, libertà e incisività per celebrare una femminilità pensante e assertiva.

Naco Paris, Spring/Summer 2015, photo by Natydred

Naco Paris, Spring/Summer 2015, photo by Natydred

 

Naco Paris, Spring/Summer 2015, photo by Natydred

Naco Paris, Spring/Summer 2015, photo by Natydred

 

Naco Paris, Spring/Summer 2015, photo by Natydred

Naco Paris, Spring/Summer 2015, photo by Natydred

 

Naco Paris, Spring/Summer 2015, photo by Natydred

Naco Paris, Spring/Summer 2015, photo by Natydred

 

Naco Paris, Spring/Summer 2015, photo by Natydred

Naco Paris, Spring/Summer 2015, photo by Natydred

 

Naco Paris, Spring/Summer 2015, photo by Natydred

Naco Paris, Spring/Summer 2015, photo by Natydred

 

Naco Paris, Spring/Summer 2015, photo by Natydred

Naco Paris, Spring/Summer 2015, photo by Natydred

 

Naco Paris, Spring/Summer 2015, photo by Natydred

Naco Paris, Spring/Summer 2015, photo by Natydred

 

Naco Paris, Spring/Summer 2015, photo by Natydred

Naco Paris, Spring/Summer 2015, photo by Natydred

 

 

 

Naco Paris, Spring/Summer 2015, photo by Natydred

Naco Paris, Spring/Summer 2015, photo by Natydred

 

Naco Paris, Spring/Summer 2015, photo by Natydred

Naco Paris, Spring/Summer 2015, photo by Natydred

 

Naco Paris, Spring/Summer 2015, photo by Natydred

Naco Paris, Spring/Summer 2015, photo by Natydred

 

Naco Paris, Spring/Summer 2015, photo by Natydred

Naco Paris, Spring/Summer 2015, photo by Natydred

 

Naco Paris, Spring/Summer 2015, photo by Natydred

Naco Paris, Spring/Summer 2015, photo by Natydred

 

Naco Paris, Spring/Summer 2015, photo by Natydred

Naco Paris, Spring/Summer 2015, photo by Natydred

 

Naco Paris, Spring/Summer 2015, photo by Natydred

Naco Paris, Spring/Summer 2015, photo by Natydred

 

Naco Paris, Spring/Summer 2015, photo by Natydred

Naco Paris, Spring/Summer 2015, photo by Natydred

 

Naco Paris, Spring/Summer 2015, photo by Natydred

Naco Paris, Spring/Summer 2015, photo by Natydred

 

Naco Paris, Spring/Summer 2015, photo by Natydred

Naco Paris, Spring/Summer 2015, photo by Natydred

 

Naco Paris, Spring/Summer 2015, photo by Natydred

Naco Paris, Spring/Summer 2015, photo by Natydred

 

 

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