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3.23.2018

Palmiers du Mal

This collection was inspired by the riotous theme "the young Pope goes on safari". Shane Fonner mentioned he'd been in South Africa, which kick-started the narrative. At the presentation -held at 9:00PM, late by show standards, at New York's Gramercy Park Hotel- the notes read : "the boring will not stand in the after-party, nor the pious in the assembly of playboys". Cheeky ! But then again, playboy cheek might very well be what Palmiers du Mal does best; there was a lounge-lizard draw to sweatpants vertically inlaid with flowery stripes, a faux Dalmatian-and-floral shawl, and a faux kudu blanket wrap (FYI, a kudu is an animal with a hide that looks similar to deer fur). Anything ecclesiastical faded quickly when taking it all in -surrounding the models were hyper-saturated prints by photographer David LaChapelle, including a topless Lil' Kim and a Popsicle-enjoying Paris Hilton. Perhaps the decadence and aware-wrongness of it all was some kind of commentary as to the inherent vice buried deep in even the most outwardly pure. We won't overanalyze. But we will say : for loungewear, in a kind of consciously sleazy but delectable vein, Palmiers du Mal is quickly becoming top of mind.

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