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So far, Serventi and his friends have been recreating looks from the runways of some of fashion’s most forward-thinking talents, using what they’ve found lying around in their apartments or family homes. The resulting creations have included bulbous, sculptural dresses by Comme des Garçons, pleated tulle from John Galliano’s Maison Margiela couture collections (here recreated with torn-up cardboard boxes), and even the Marilyn Manson makeup and soda can hair rollers crafted by Peter Philips and Guido Palau for Alexander McQueen’s iconic 2009 Horn of Plenty show. “Materials we all have at home like tin foil, bin bags, newspaper, and cellophane work surprisingly well,” Serventi explains, “but so do Pot Noodles, broken plates, and bin bags.”If you’re impressed by the ingenuity of some of these homages, it’s worth noting that Serventi and his participating friends are mostly recent graduates of Central Saint Martins, many of whom bonded over a shared willingness to affectionately poke fun at the fashion industry’s more overblown moments. “The fashion industry is definitely guilty of taking itself too seriously, but what’s great about #HomeCouture is we’re all in it together—taking the piss out of ourselves, each other, and fashion at large. The more you root around the Vogue Runway archive the more bizarre, unwearable, and amazing looks you find.”
All jokes aside, for Serventi, the current lockdown has been an opportunity to look at fashion through a sillier, more playful lens, as we all look for a little escapism. “I just thought I might provide some fashion-inspired comic relief during this stressful period when everyone is bored and stuck at home,” says Serventi. “The challenge is all about bringing people together IRL seeing as we can’t physically hang out. It’s an opportunity to get creative and celebrate our fave fashions while connecting through humour. If we can’t laugh, we’ll cry.”
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