23 Ağustos 2017

Chloé and Its “Femininities”

YAZI: SUZY MENKES

17-08/23/1.jpgChloé Autumn/Winter 1975, photographed by Guy Bourdin for French Vogue, 1975THE GUY BOURDIN ESTATE, 2017 / COURTESY A+C

When almost every country in the world celebrates International Women’s Day, how can the house of Chloé be bold enough to title the exhibition in its new cultural space, adjacent to its Paris headquarters, “Femininities”? Does any forthright female of the 21st century want to be defined by what sounds like a frilly, fancy contrast to her male peers?

ETİKETLER: FASHİON , SUZY MENKES , CHLOE , GUY BOURDİN