Diesel Black Gold
Photography Frank Sun
Published February 19, 2015
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Each model at the Diesel Black Gold show seemed to step onto the runway having just survived a wild ride on the dark side. But despite the all-black getups and abundance of studded leather, designer Andreas Melbostad managed to keep things classy. His inspiration for the show—Peter Lindbergh’s photography of iconic women from the ’90s—manifested itself in sophisticated ensembles that boasted femininity despite their raunchy details. Delicate lace hemlines peaked out beneath bossy boyfriend jackets and rough leather was consistently balanced with softer textures, like cozy knits and pleated skirts.
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