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Frank Tell Fall 2011: Frozen Nightmare

image: S. Whittle for Style Wylde 

image: S.Whittle for Style Wylde


Part post-apocalyptic Inuit, and part Scandinavian vampire, Frank Tell's Fall 2011 collection, which showed in the Box at Lincoln Center on Tuesday night, was nothing short of unnerving with destroyed knits, pelt-like furs and miles of ratted pony-tails.



Models walked out on a bed of  faux snow, and paused for what seemed like only seconds before retreating back into the dark from which they came giving the entire presentation  a fleeting, almost mystical mood that was obviously by design.



image: S. Whittle for Style WyldeWith such a conceptual collection, it's difficult to deem any one piece as entirely wearable, however the drama and the creativity of both the production, and the looks themselves made for thrilling fashion theater.



For more information on Frank Tell visit the designer's official website.

Reader Comments (1)

I can't see these looks on the street, but I could see how the concept "Scandinavian Vampire" could catch on. And the pony tails, too. Looks like a fun show to see, for sure!
February 16, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterSF Fashion Fan

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