By Ola Prywer
July 18, 2015
Photos Courtesy of Plus-Que-Ma-Vie
Lodz, Poland – Imagine that the fashion is pure card you can fill any contents. The consistent content with what we feel and what perceive our senses. And that’s how our map of the vision and interpretation arises. The same happens in the Plus-Que-Ma-Vie collection, which is the deconstruction map of Venice.
The upcoming Spring Summer 2016 collection studies and takes forms from a promiscuous, aseptic vacuum of what is Venice for Andrea Lazzari – a city with many dimensions, with a story made by art, architecture, smells, tastes, colors, all taken and reinterpreted as an Impressionist painting.
The coloring is closed in the hues of gray and white, with a touch of intensive blue, red and vivid yellow. The collection is the simple answer, rather the reinterpretation of what the turgid fashion’s world offers.
The refreshed postindustrial climate can be felt not only in the scenery of the collection, but also in the suggested by Lazzari models. The designer applies some corrections and deconstructs what it obvious in classic wear’s map. He smartly smuggles his updates in the form of men’s jackets with lightly shortish sleeves. The whole is cleverly cut by the sporty footwear, the ¾-length trousers or the shorts stylized. The adapted from Venice’s postcard motifs find their place in the form of prints on garments, either the brand logo is worn on the chest proudly.
As the P.Q.M.V. goal precisely says: enrich the viewer ‘s emotions, make it a parallel journey to life – Lazzari does it precisely perfectly.