Les Morts Vivants de la Mode (french for the Living Dead of Fashion) by Andrea Crews_text by Eric Hervillard_photos by Giovanni

Dear Shaded Viewers,


Andrea Crews presented its tenth collection Les Morts Vivants de la
Mode (french for the Living Dead of Fashion), friday the 4th of march
at the sublime Trianon.

The show in three parts started with classic models, all dressed on
red dapperies according to the curtains, made up with blood tears and
shod on high heels.
Suddenly, out of nowhere fashion terrorists jumped on the stage and
kidnaped the last "red model" and took her away out of the runway. At
the same time, the other hackers set up the stage with big flames,
destroyed building and throw banners from the balconies (with letters
A-C-T-I-O-N on each of them). Then the music, played live by Prison
Food Sucks, get on a faster pace and the third part of the show went


About 40 models walked on the catwalk dressed on mini bodysuit, double
plateform shoes, neon fashion wool jackets, neon-ish monsters
customized tshirts, knitted oversized wool jackets, bimaterial
leggings, cosby pants and pullover, etc. velvet and reflective as the
main material. The final was a macabre sideshow operated by sexy Ylva
Falk who juggled with two pulled out glowing in the dark heads.

The Trianon was totally packed (about 600 persons) for this very special event during the
fashion week, and people who came to the show were very enthusiastic.
It was the most living show of a deadly fashion week. 

Diane Pernet

A LEGENDARY FIGURE IN FASHION and a pioneer of blogging, Diane is a respected journalist, critic, curator and talent-hunter based in Paris. During her prolific career, she designed her own successful brand in New York, costume designer, photographer, and filmmaker.