“Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist once he grows up.”
― Pablo Picasso
The photos in this series show the Tranoï installation at the Bourse. They display the level of thought and quality that is emblematic of the event team’s organisation, creative expertise and service to the public and to fashion ambassadors attending the showcase event. The photos show creativity relative to small and large. Fashion is presented through detail in colours, textures and designs and via selection of accessories and clothing to exemplify levels of creativity and innovation in styles. The perspective of large is seen as the grand format of the Tranoï living, breathing, changing installation, and as an object of artistic vision and creativity in itself.
“It is good to love many things, for therein lies the true strength, and whosoever loves much performs much, and can accomplish much, and what is done in love is well done.”
― Vincent van Gogh
Generally, a designer’s collection in ready-to-wear haute couture receives great attention and care from conception to the moment the pieces arrive in stores and boutiques. The finest materials are selected for the articles. The choices in threads, as well as each roll of fabric, is controlled to ensure uniformity of color and suitability for the articles’ highest quality, and fitness for highest ‘performance’. The sizes are assessed for each model in a collection.
The most discerning consideration is given to the choices in handling and production services. Production is supervised. Sites are destined to loyal and careful contributors. This production typically is accepted and cherished as a privilege to participate in creation. The complicity testifies to an inevitable level of quality. The greatest story ever told (acts of creation) is repeated with refreshed and renewed energies.
When quality is played to the millimeter, it is a feeling. A feeling so strong that it compels the choice of each thread that comprises the perfection of the resulting fabric. The vision of the design will then naturally cascade to fulfill the designer’s intention. It is then that the intention of the design translates to service in performance.
This creativity is primordial, that is to say, it is instinctive perfection beaming from the source of creation herself. It is naturally assisted by human intervention (also equal to creativity herself). Creativity is the source that ensures the inherent ease and smoothness at each point in evolution. The final product resounds in involuntary excellence in detail.
And therein comfort and pleasure suffer no concession.
“…the unconscious Zeitgeist…compensates the attitude of the conscious mind and anticipates changes to come. An excellent example of this is modern art: though seeming to deal with aesthetic problems, it is really performing a work of psychological education on the public…” Carl Jung
Plais Brogniart (Place de la Bourse), 28 Place de la Bourse, 75002 Paris, was the 19th century stock exchange buiding and now is a conference venue with both modern and ornate spaces for events.
Tranoï’s complementary shuttle to its three installation fashion exposition events in Paris. October 2016 Spring/Summer women’s collections.
Interiour, Place de la Bourse Tranoï, 28 Place de la Bourse 75002 Paris.
Modern lighting complements classic architecture, and provides a quiet, peaceful ambiance to assimilate the expositions and make contacts and decisions.
Detail of a golden taffeta fabric of a skirt, by PAU W AMSTERDAM, 211 rue Saint Honorée, 75001 Paris.
There is more to this fine creation than meets the eye … Samira 13 8661W. Sunset Blvd. West Hollywood, CA 90069.
Light-hearted in feel, delicate detail in creation of this summer headwear by Reinhard Plank, Via 50050 Capraria E Limite, Firenze (Florence) Italy.
A fine selection. The cheerful model and colleague demonstrates the attractive look and comfort that these Summer hats bring. By Reinhard Plank.
Detail of subtle, silver piece in silky, metallic leather that wears the light well.
Graceful, finely contoured leather handbags and accessories by Bonastre, corner of 10 rue du Perche and 1 rue de Saintonge Paris 75003.
The scarcely perceptible sensation of this delicate design provides elegant comfort in summer wear.
Spunky, light leatherwear accessories complement summer-wear selections. By Ronald Pineau, 15 rue des Fontaines du Temple Staircase C 4th Floor 75003 Paris
Light, attractive leatherwear and accessories with a slightly western feel. All designs made in Italy, Hollywood Trading Company, Via Meucci, 19, 37036 S. Martino B.A. Verona Italy / 4474 W. Adams Blvd. 2nd Floor Los Angeles, CA 90016.
Detail and texture in light, fine neck and shoulder wear to complement any summer look.
Creative and clever ‘boxy’ designs for summer fun.
Airy, ‘textury’ pieces, great for summer evenings as well as daywear.
Feather-weight footwear and ambiant accessories.
Elegant, precise fluidity in classic black and white.
Pastel fur design by Suprema s.r.l. Via XI Febbraio, 11 30031 Dolo (VE) Italy.
Models pleasantly offer a live look of Spring/Summer wear.
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