One name: Helmut Newton. Influential, dominant, explosive. Dolce&Gabbana's Spring Summer 1995 Collection slammed the door on grunge and ran back to womanhood.
So long grunge. As if to say: no more Nirvana, no more reason. It's back to glamour, but don't be classy-fied by the word. It's an erotic kind of glam, a playful, dominant, over the limit. Exposing beauty through the use of absolute extravagance. Influenced by Helmut Newton, displayed by Shalom Harlow, Nadja Aumermann... A Collection of firsts: first tortoishell plastic, first crystal mesh evening gowns. A hymn to see-through, lingerie, tuxedos with nothing to hide. Why call it Hollywood Glam? Maybe because it's most adequate to fierce Los Angeles women playing the part.
Isabella Rossellini, Carla Bruni... Smoking hot. Either wearing borrowed-to-lingerie, or exaggerated see-through nets, showing off their masculine and feminine side.
As long as you look like the Blue Angel... Lily Marlene. Women that dress like men, strenght, seduction, and power.
Feathers, Hollywood, a sensual night cap...
Dresses and corsets, it's all about legs for Spring Summer 1995.
Styled by Yuri Ahn
Text by Acelya Yonac