Jacquemus “Le Nez Rouge” Online Story

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The latest images for the Jacquemus online shop story revisit Simon Porte Jacquemus SS16 theatrical show, featuring horses and a young child dressed in a man’s white shirt. For the SS16 collection the young child, which was Jacquemus’ young cousin, had padded across the stage in his bare feet pushing a giant red ball of fabric. Then as an interlude between showcasing the French colour blocked suits and the deconstructed asymmetrical shirts and jackets, the designer lead a white horse across the stage. The tone was darker, more sobering than his previous collections.

Titling his SS16 collection “Le Nez Rouge” he explained that when he was a child growing up in the South of France that he became ill, which resulted in him having a red nose. This isn’t the first time he has referenced his childhood, the AW16 campaign featured a photograph of him as a child. Evoked by the age of innocence, there is a playful nature to his collections as he disassembles the suit, a symbol of adulthood. – JB

 

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