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 #41609  por IsabelDonne
 22 Jun 2020 03:56
Which is fine, I'm pretty much over balenciaga shoes it, but at the end of the day I do still love my job and most importantly, it pays the rent. So when my agent let me know that Balenciaga was interested in me for their show, I was really excited. Like every other job, I was wary it wouldn't work out so I told no one but my fiancé about this opportunity. I didn't want to jinx it. Less than two weeks before the show my agent sent them updated digitals and a video. They immediately booked me for a fitting and on Thursday I took a twelve-hour trip from Los Angeles to Paris for my appointment with Balenciaga. Designers, stylists, casting directors, etc. need to recognize their position of power. It is not unreasonable for one to assume that after a flight, a fitting and a haircut that one is confirmed for a show.

The fact that this is not the case is painful and confusing. Industry wide guidelines need to be implemented in order to provide models true clarity on these sorts of situations, especially when it balenciaga sneakers comes to changing someone's physical appearance. Why wasn't this discussed beforehand with my agent? They knew my current hair length, why fly me all the way without telling me ahead of time? Please Balenciaga, Kering, take a more holistic approach to addressing model's concerns by recognizing the fundamental power imbalance at play, and update your policy. Balenciaga is sincerely sorry for the balenciaga triple s disappointment of Louise Parker for not being confirmed for the Women SS 2018 show in Paris.

As it stands today, the involuntary architectural collaboration that is the Balenciaga Museum is not exactly the most accurate manifestation of the couturier's legacy and values. Balenciaga, who likened his métier to that of architecture, was a perfectionist who refined and developed his technique and craft gradually, throughout his entire career. Refusing to follow trends, he was experimental but at the same time extremely rigorous; the two being inseparable from one another in his mind. Balenciaga knew not only how to design, but also how to sew, which he learned as a child while helping his mother, a seamstress. Balenciaga is comparable in this regard to Mies van balenciaga shoes men der Rohe, who had a similar ethic and who also learned to master a craft (masonry) before becoming a designer.

Balenciaga's "Miesian" rigor is certainly not honored by the awkward building bearing his name; a building which was ill-conceived from the start, ran amuck, and finally had to be rescued by another architectural firm. If anything, it might provide us with an example of current-day "complexity and contradiction in architecture. " Overlooking the town of Getaria and the Bay of Biscay from a steep hillside, the Balenciaga Museum is essentially a long, sinuous glass shed added onto a nineteenth-century palace (Robert Venturi would of course have done the opposite, adding the palace to the shed). Inside its vast, bright space, a series of smaller, opaque buildings containing exhibition galleries are suspended from trapezoidally shaped steel arches.

Inside the suspended exhibition spaces, a display architecture comprised of a single, continuous, deeply undulating wall creates smooth, seamless niches within which Balenciaga's work is sensually displayed, not unlike virgins in the chapels of a church. The undulating walls in each of the six different exhibition galleries vary in curvature and colour according to the museum's six different curatorial classifications: "Early Years, Day, Cocktail, Evening, Bridal and Essential. " The hidden lighting sources, the subdued lighting levels, and the unframed glass set into the smoothly curved niches amount to a simple but effective exhibition design strategy that displays Balenciaga's work with dignity and elegance. It is a miracle that this museum was completed in the end, in spite of all the problems it suffered.

Yet 45 years after his death in 1972, his influence remains profound. Not balenciaga runners just in the acknowledgement of his legacy in the reinterpreted archive designs of recent collections, including Gvasalia's, but in the radical ideas about form and structure, and the technical innovations of fabric and cutting that descend in a direct line from his disciples Hubert de Givenchy, Emanuel Ungaro and Andrè Courrèges to contemporary designers such as Rei Kawakubo of Comme des Garçons, Phoebe Philo of Celine and JW Anderson. His rivals acknowledged his genius: a unique blend of technical skill, relentless perfectionism and bold originality. "Haute couture is like an Imagen orchestra, whose conductor is Balenciaga, " said Christian orchestra, whose conductor is Balenciaga, " said Christian Dior.