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The AW16 Season Noir Larmes concept is inspired by Jean Luc Godard’s movie ‘À bout de souffle’ and its styling was expressed with 21th century rock-a-billy concept.
Released in 1959, the movie director Jean Luc Godard implied youth culture that was resistance for the old generation through sensational movie ‘À bout de souffle’.
Noir Larmes tried to combine sharp rather tender 50’s French mood and Rock- abilly style that was opposed to the same period.
Rockabilly costume style is originated in 50’s but started to be popular in 1970’s.
You can meet Noir Larmes FW design along with this 50’s and 70’s minor young generations representative symbols from both Rockabilly and À bout de souffle’.
Observed into 1950’s youth resistance movement culture in movie and music, Noir Larmes creates two distinctive styles into one complete 21st century’s new design aspects.
About Noir Larmes
Noir Larmes destroys all fixed art and design and have followed a magnificent new trail, which have led it to its existence. Noir Larmes is a label made just for you, longing to pursue a better world and wishes to follow a different direction of men’s attire and has a strong identity.
Noir Larmes focuses on the diversity of thoughts. This means, rather than concentrating on one single object they try to find out the various possibilities these objects may portray when they encounter small changes from their original meaning.
To Noir Larmes, clothes symbolize the key to open and realize a whole new world, and a possibility to express a number of themes through clothing and textiles.
The visual story images are still shots from Noir Larmes' SS16 video "Elle est retrouvee. - (It has been found.)"