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All eyes were focused on designer Evan Clayton last Tuesday evening at Vancouver Fashion Week, who’s influence has been the oversexed world of excess and glamour from the early 2000’s. A collection that took us back to the era of film maker Quentin Tarantino productions such as Kill Bill 1 & 2 and Deathproof.
Strong sexuality and minimalist style of Evan Clayton
“My collection is a visual love letter,” stated Evan Clayton at Vancouver Fashion Week. It’s a form of nostalgia from an era of films when he grew up.
His spring summer 2014 collection was dynamite, strong sexuality with a minimalist style. The first models introduced us to primary colors such as yellow and black, accented with white and beige. A silhouette that is sharp, yet modern that cuts like a knife.
All of his red outfits were daring, accessorized with gold chains and fox tails. For a woman that’s not afraid to be on top in a man’s world.
On the runway projector screen behind the models, we saw images by renowned artist Kat Thorsen who shocks the viewer with an ether of eroticism.
Evan Clayton is all about attitude, a collection for women who are unafraid of embracing their sexuality and not shy in making a bold fashion statement in today’s world.
Base in Vancouver, Evan Clayton recently graduated from Blanch MacDonald Centre and is a recipient of Vancouver Fashion Week’s Nancy Mak Award which allowed him to showcase this collection at MQ Vienna Fashion Week a few days ago.
Above: Red Taffeta crop kimono style jacket, pleated mini skirt with exposed zipper, gold chain belt with fox tail tips by Evan Clayton – Photo: Simon Lau
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