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Saturday, February 26, 2011

Futuristic Fashion Predictions by Mike Kagee

Li Edelkoort
Priestess of Trends
 Reading the credentials of Dutch born, Parisian-living-Li Edelkoort 
  sounds like an outstanding pile of worthy accomplishments.
  Internationally acclaimed for pioneering the trend-setting concept .
  Named by Time Magazine as one of the world's 25 most influential people
  in fashion. Li is President of Edelkoort Group of Companies and also
  of Trend Union Paris, Trend Union Japan, Studio Edelkoort and Edelkoort Editions.
  2011 is specifically the continuation of the Green Movement in the beauty industry.
  Li proclaims not be a psychic but reads fashion predictions like a horoscope.
  She works from her former glass factory in the South of France.
  She has a staff of about twenty people publishing books and magazines
 on coming trends, she also offers consulting and curating services.
  For Li and her team her they believe consumers crave positive stimuli.  
 Futuristic Fashion Predictions

The General Store
The Return of the Americana
 The influence of Obama and American Transition
 The return of the hamburgher
  Influenced by fashion shows in New York
  Selling fabrics by the metre 
  The return of ready made clothes
  The revival of the check shirt

                                             The revival of the check shirt

    The Return of the Red Indian
                                            The Return of The Red Indian    
  Army/ Navy
 Influenced by the Vietnam War

Blue as a fashion colour
Brass buttons on coats and Jackets
Montgomery coats

The Vagabond
The Homelessness
Shop to look like a squat!
Shop to look like a squat! 

The Return of the Silk Scarf
Audrey Hepburn embracing a fashion silk scarf

Black on Black on Black
'Like the return of the mental Burka'

Black by Christian Lacroix
Concept Store 
Erotic Evenings in Paris
Opulent Fragrances
Sex Toys
  Erotic Evenings in Paris     

Written, Edited and Compiled by Mike Kagee



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