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Fall 2008 Mercedes Benz
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February 4, 2008

Written by Jamie Sharpe
Photographed by Eli Ceballos

Valdemar Iodice entitled his Fall 2008 fashion show “Graffiti – Street Art” and said that the looks were, “created for the most beautiful bodies in world.” The clothing had a distinctly dark feel that was entrenched in various shades of black. Yellow, silver, blue, and hot pink accents added an avant-garde element to rocker-chic threads. The bold clothing was sleek and was further toughened up by long gloves, provocative necklines, and rich textures. Even patent leather was used throughout the collection to create drama.

The form fitting silhouettes created bombshell looks with a real sense of glamour. The artistic prints were reminiscent of the Op-Art era, and they lightened things up a bit with a whimsical sensibility. Mixing tailored pieces with graffiti inspired clothing created drama, movement, and flow. Iodice explained, “I want to show a fresh collection that is very feminine and jet set.”

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