Dress up for Mozart!
Mozart is Rococo. The superstar of the 18th century embodies the eroticism of the Triumph Fashion Award 2006: he loves to be in love, playfully, and open for all the beautiful seductions. The lust for life of the enchanting Mozart operas and the playful interaction with clothes inspire the designers. The theme of the Triumph Fashion Award 2006 is the new interpretation of the Rococo-Feeling by innovative fashion for the 21st century: Dress up for Mozart!
When you think of Mozart all the delicious colours of sweets made of strawberry, pistachio, vanilla lead us into lovely affairs which playfully test the lover's fidelity. And this test isn't easy: seductive "mouches", beautiful plasters in different forms - stars, hearts, moons, flowers - are the messengers of love at Mozart's time. Inviting satin bows and coloured stockings with promising sayings increase the amorousness. The universe for erotic fantasies wasn't more stylish at any other time!
And the master of this universe was a woman: Rose Bertin, the first fashion-designer. Since 1772 Rose Bertin was the court supplier for Marie Antoinette, who has been the fashion icon of the European world. Marie Antoinette is known for her extravagance. She paid large sums to Rose Bertin for the creations which consisted in the artistic finery of clothes and hairstyles. It is handed down that Rose Bertin shall have justified the high price that she is not only paid for the product but primarily for her artistic taste. Bertin didn't tailor any clothes. Rose Bertin created dreams of seduction par excellence.
The fine art of seduction is the centre theme of the Triumph International Fashion Award 2006 "Dress up for Mozart", which focuses on creative and innovative design of women's wear that celebrates the beauty of seductive lingerie. For "Dress up for Mozart" you can also create trousers by the way! The Lingerie has to be an integral and visible part and important element of the creations. The greatest chances for the Triumph Fashion Award 2006 will have the sketches which represent the lust for life of the Mozart operas, show this special kind of playful interaction with fashion and transfer the Rococo-Feeling into fashionable, modern clothes.