I caught a glimpse of this Fashion Show item when I was researching something else. I decided to save it and see if there was something there worth posting. Boy was I surprised today when I looed into it further.
Of course there has been a lot of exposure of predictive programming and we have seen a lot of that lately. As I have stated, I believe it is more than just that. I believe they are causing this generation to lose all sense of reality, to be unable to discern truth and to eagerly embrace all their insane developments.
I don’t know if you saw the Fashion Show a couple years back where all the models walked the runway carrying a copy of their own head, severed and under their arm. And of course you probably saw Kathy Griffen when she pulled that stunt with the severed head of President Trump… Now in the news some crazy guy actually chopped off his Father’s head and waved it in front of a camera as he made a 14 minute video rant.
Well… today we are starting out with a Fashion Show that took place last month. More programming. This model walked the runway carrying what looks like a Robot Baby. The Model carrying the baby could not look any less “motherly” even as she cradles the baby or hold his hand.
At the brand’s haute couture show for Paris fashion week Monday, Schiaparelli creative director Daniel Roseberry wowed viewers yet again with his mind-boggling, futuristic collection featuring an extraterrestrial flare — even introducing a microchip-encrusted baby doll.
The spring ’24 line served as an ode to the turn of the century — several pieces paid homage to early-aughts technology — with a Western touch, the hybrid of the two culminating in a space cowboy feel.
Intentional or not, the cyborg infant made of now-defunct tech became the centerpiece of the show due to its subsequent virality online, alongside a matching dress nicknamed “The Mother,”which was adorned with old flip phones, motherboards and other antiquated relics of two decades ago.
“That’s all pre-2007,which is now basically prehistoric technology, things like the flip phones, the CDs, the calculators and things like that,” Roseberry said, per Women’s Wear Daily.
“A lot of people on TikTok have been taking AI and turning my collections into digital collections and seeing who wore it best, so I was thinking, the only card I have to play now is really my memories,” he added.
The collection, titled “Schiaparalien,”speaks to the tension that’s brewing between advancement with artificial intelligence and Gen Z’s nostalgic obsession with Y2K deviceslike flip phones and digital cameras.
Serving as a “study in contradictions,”the line also juxtaposed Martian-esque silhouettes with Western flairs,a nod to Roseberry’s home state of Texas and an exploration of “the earthbound and the heaven-sent.”
“But as art (and nature) teaches us again and again, the things and ideas that seem diametrically opposed to each other can also combine to make startling chimeras, objects composed of familiar parts that, when united, create something unexpected and new,” he wrote in the show notes.
Funnel necks towered above models’ shoulders — an asymmetrical, jewel-encrusted neckline exuded regality,while a jet-black turtleneck nearly obstructed its model’s line of sight.More than two dozen belt buckles were fastened down the pins of other catwalkers.
Where some ensembles drowned in Western-style buckles and an ocean of long, billowing fringe,others boasted rigid patent leather and ballooned silhouettes with rounded, sci-fi-friendly shoulders.
A rare few were covered in silk knotted into horse braidsakin to spikes on other-worldly creatures,while some bodices mimicked the appearance of gilded armor.
The Space Age theme seemed to nod to Elsa Schiaparelli’s uncle Giovanni, an observatory director in Milan who coined the term “Martian.”It also furthered the Italian label’s connection to the stars — the zodiac and astrology heavily influenced past collections — as “space has always been an informal code” of the fashion house.