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Who would have thought that the most viral thing about a Richard Quinn collection would be seeing Violet Chachki strutting the runway à la Madame X? The designer brings out latex and sex, again, in this Fall/Winter 2022 collection which has led him to receive mixed reactions from fans and critics. Should he think outside the box? But does he even need that? Let’s take a look.

It's all about reimagining British florals and mixing that sweet image with the darkness of gimp, latex and ballroom. It has nods to Yves Saint Laurent, Balenciaga, and the golden age of Parisian haute couture. However, we can't say if this way of wanting to include everything that defines his brand was the right choice. Apart from the essential monochrome jumpsuits in black and the thigh-high trousers-in-shoes in RGB colours, this collection has left room for puffy full looks, capes and jackets that many people have even associated with A-listers such as Cardi B. Also, we'd like to make a special shoutout to the cut-out eyes on the hats, which were actually very fun to see. Richard Quinn's nostalgic approach isn't something we can entirely criticise him for either. At the end of the day, it's almost a constant in today's fashion.

Photos courtesy of Getty.

Maria Antón

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