DIDER HAGEGE: THE SLIPPING AWAY VEIL
JEAN-PAUL GAVARD-PERRET

There is something strange in Didier Hagège’s dresses. They smell of sanctity and sulfur. In short, the female scent exhales in shifts of fragrances and of sensations: from seeing to smelling. Under their screening appearance, under their veil, the dresses deploy a subtle interplay of shades, of colors. However, let’s be careful about their splendid extravagances. All is not as simple as it seems. The dress is an elusive skin. It stands for a fantasized receptacle. In order to grasp and understand it, hope to touch it, we must indulge ourselves in strange choreographies... (read more)

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