The sculptural collection was dominated by fluid pieces lapped in layers, fox fur razed and meshed onto ruffles and delicate fabrics to produce an undulating effect. The Chinese-born French designer played with the textiles to create unique designs.
"The animality without being provocative" was how Yiqing Yin described her collection, the animality accepts the elegance of the simplicity where the body breaths.
The body of the Yiqing Yin woman is made to shelter the evolution of an universe that keeps changing and does not fear the metamorphosis.
Haute Couture S/S 2012
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Courtesy Yiqing Yin / Totemfashion
Photographer: Shoji Fuji
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