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Etereo, another world: a look at lunar fashion through the years | fashion and trends

Over the decades, before and after the man landed on the moon, he served as an inspiration. Most of the biggest fashion labels in the world have had collections of lunar inspiration. Ethereal and surprising, some of these creations have emerged from the ramp and red carpets of the real world.

In 2016, for example, Nicole Kidman wore an Alexander McQueen dress – black, dusted with "stars", the moon that unfolds in its seven visible phases at the waist and bottom.

Nicole Kidman in a lunar-inspired Alexander McQueen dress – black, dusted with "stars", the moon reveals itself in its seven visible phases in life and hem – in 2016.

Donatella Versace's men's-winter autumn-winter collection for 2016-17 was a tribute to space missions, particularly those of NASA, with bomber jackets made to resemble tin sheets, some covered with embroidered constellations.

To commemorate the 45th anniversary of the moon landing, Nike released a limited-edition Nike Air Max Lunar90 SP, sneakers with a lunar crater print taken from real photographs, and red and white stripes on the back heel with blue and white stars on the left rear heel, as a tribute to the Americans who had gone where no man had gone before.

To celebrate the 45th anniversary of the landing, Nike has released limited edition sneakers with a lunar crater print taken from real photographs.

And in 2010, Giorgio Armani's Spring Couture collection was luminescent and focused on the moon. With a gigantic crescent moon as a backdrop to her ramp and reflecting on the catwalk, the models showed sparkling gowns, black jackets with crescent moon flaps – everything had a shine as if the moon's rays reflected the creations.

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Donatella Versace's men's-winter autumn-winter collection for 2016-17 was a tribute to space missions, particularly those of NASA, with bomber jackets made to resemble tin sheets, some covered with embroidered constellations.

And then there was the designer Pierre Cardin, so impressed by the vision of the men who landed on the moon that he visited NASA and became the first civilian to wear the space suit worn by Buzz Aldrin. He then designed his space suits for NASA.

But first of all, in the same year as the moon landing, but before it actually happened, Cardin held a 1969 show called Space Age and Futurism, with cloaks and shiny dresses whose edges lit up like rockets.

For the designer Nachiket Barve, fashion inspired by the moon or anything related to space travel, is an eternal theme.

"There is nothing like & # 39; in-trend & # 39; now that everyone is wearing what they want. But look at any time from the moon landing, and you'll find the moon as a reason. We kept coming back at the epochal event in celebration and as inspiration. At the moment, you will see the space suit reflected in athleisure clothes: the balloon jacket, the silver foil material. It can be seen in brands from all over the world. "

First publication:
12 July 2019 18:02 IST

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