I don’t know because I’ve never tried it but I don’t think so. Good luck.
New work: Procter & Gamble’s Frederic Fekkai.
Much of Hedi’s work at Dior Homme was truly elegant – the fabrics were beautiful, the color palette was rich, and there was a unifying aesthetic to his best collections.
Hedi’s passions for rock and rocker boys were obvious then, but there was a certain formalism at Dior that constrained his impulse to blindly reproduce that culture in his designs, and that tension resulted in some incredible work. By contrast, this is Hedi in full-on candy store mode, madly churning out a pastiche of rocker styles. This is Hedi’s private psychodrama, writ large on the world stage. I’m disappointed that Pilati was ousted for this, and I hope that his minders at PPR can reproduce whatever the conditions were of that intellectual ferment that led to Hedi’s period of brilliance at Dior.
– Random kid on SZ nails it - Thoughts on Hedi Slimane’s recent SLP fall 2013 collection (via bostonroll)
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Work with what you’ve got
In dressing well, we all have constraints and obstacles, particularities dependent on ourselves that dictate what works and what doesn’t. I am very fair in complexion, with a dark beard, which means very dark navy or grey tends to make me look like a corpse, but I am also heavy, which means very light colours are a challenge. Regardless of what I see in magazines or on others, I have constraints particular to myself.
Jake has a different set of issues, with a pale complexion and red hair. The colours he tends toward show a keen eye to that, and he wears shades of rich blue, bitter chocolate brown, olive and forest green beautifully.
Dress for yourself.