For his Fall Winter 2010-11 collection, Anthony Vaccarello plays with the contrast of textures around a palette of black, mainly in transparency, creating a urban and graphic lingerie. Mixtures of velvet and veils, assembled by embroidery stitches to create a graphic silhouette that plays with the body, for a woman who wears her femininity as an armor. When worn, transparent parts of the garment creates unexpected lines, almost strange, like a new angle, which can be topped by a straight double coat or masculine jacket. The pure lines and graphics that characterize the collection, where Art Deco meets Metropolis, are gathered in a series of jewelry, structures without stones, like cold metal folded into it’s body, purified to its simplest form.
Lou Doillon in Anthony Vaccarello Fall 10 by Julia Champeau