Better of A/W 2022: the season’s defining seems, captured by photographer Thomas Rousset

by Editors Staff

Taken from our November 2022 Artwork Difficulty (on newsstands now), an exploration of the A/W 2022 womenswear collections by French photographer Thomas Rousset and Wallpaper* vogue director Jason Hughes. Within the surreal photos, a collection of sudden objects – a punnet of eggs, a automobile tire, a shower towel – are juxtaposed with the seems of the season, from the carved waist of a gray wool Sportmax overcoat, to a frisson of fake fur from Gucci, or a sculptural costume from Matthieu Blazy’s debut at Bottega Veneta which captures this season’s fixation with silhouette and type (an array of covetable equipment sit alongside). Collectively, it’s a blueprint for dressing for the autumn and winter months forward. 

‘We needed to make a collection that mixes in a easy method, a glance and a nonetheless life,’ says Rousset of the photographs. ‘We tried to play with the traces and textures of the garments so as to have cohesion with the shapes and supplies of the nonetheless life.’

Supply: Wallpaper

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