News__ Daniella Kallmeyer F/W ’12

March 16, 2012 | By

What do you get when you put a well-dressed gothic professional in an industrial warehouse?

Daniella Kallmeyer's fall/winter '12 lookbook draws from 90's rave culture, where black painted silk replaces colorful spandex and tailored suit pieces stand in for ripped and tied crop tops. The lookbook intimates some elements of the collection--a collision of the meticulous tailoring we have come to expect from Kallmeyer, with some off-color references to outer space, the paranormal, and, perhaps, hallucinogenics? The silk prints look like ink-blot exams, or maybe a bit like Donnie Darko's twisted visions. Photographer, Christelle De Castro, shot the lookbook and its dystopic imagery of this incomplete institutional space being used as a set for such a luxe, self-actuating collection gives it the edge to make viewers double take for every shot.

See some of our favorite images from Daniella Kallmeyer's f/w '12 lookbook below.

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