BRUNO FRISONI

Harper’s Bazaar (Malaysia) - - The News -

What was your in­spi­ra­tion for Roger Vivier’s Spring/ Sum­mer ’16 col­lec­tion? The ’70s. It is also the most im­por­tant pe­riod for Roger. This sea­son, the Roger Vivier woman is cool, de­sir­able, and chic. A lit­tle bit like An­jel­ica Huston – glam­orous, bo­hemian, and ev­ery­one wants to look like her. Sneak­ers were un­ex­pect­edly in­tro­duced this sea­son. Why is that? Sneak­ers were very pop­u­lar in the ’70s, es­pe­cially in Los An­ge­les. It was spe­cial, but now it’s a look ev­ery­one would wear. It’s quite a demo­crat­i­cally fash­ion­able look, and Roger Vivier pro­vides some­thing that is very cou­ture but ca­sual. What about the ’70s ex­cites you the most? The women were very nat­u­ral look­ing. Glam­orous and never too dra­matic. What sets this col­lec­tion apart? I don’t think any col­lec­tion should be dif­fer­ent; there should be con­ti­nu­ity. To quote Al­ber El­baz, “It’s about a rev­o­lu­tion, not an evo­lu­tion.” A lit­tle touch of rock, glam­our, and more street­wise, like the sneak­ers, or sim­ple boots with stronger heels. The sea­son’s most cov­etable Sneaky Viv’ col­lec­tion of sneak­ers

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