You sliced up his work like a nice fresh piece of sashimi, dipped in wasabi (wabi & sabi). I'd still like a piece of it in my collective memory.Besides, what do you think of the Lang as it is being sold in department stores today? Shredded versions of the other Lang, too?
Good point!! I'd ignored Helmut Lang 2.0 - maybe because there are so many designers reworking his language under their own labels. And I wouldn't have even thought about trying to reconstruct a history for him if he hadn't started to shred it . . .
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Hello, Nice blog. Do you happen to have, or know were one may view the Helmut Lang collections (1989 - 2005)? I like your splits of the images, but was wanting to see the full size images of each season.thank you
Hi,Your best bet is probably Firstview.com - most of the 1996-2005 collections are free to view on there? Before that it's very hit and miss - there are some great Tumblr sites like Cotonblanc which have a lot of nineties imagery, but there's little or nothing in terms of conventional front-and-centre runway shots!JM