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Chronicles of Never – ‘Blind Silence Audible Vision’ – S/S 2009/10

2 September 2009 | 11 Comments

Full ‘Blind Silence Audible Vision’ image set.

This range is set to drop in late September.

11 Responses

  1. Spring 2010 | Chronicles of Never | The Fashionisto Says:

    […] For-Tomorrow shares a first look at Chronicles of Never’s spring 2010 collection entitled “Blind Silence Audible Vision”. The picturesque collection is deeply rooted in an imagined nomadic experience, bringing new elements to the table for designer Gareth Moody. The Australian label’s thin ethereal pieces benefit from an adjustment in length as well as oversize standouts that contrast beautifully against the collection’s more slender garments. Fortunately for us, the wait is not long for this collection’s debut in stores, with garments beginning to arrive the end of this month. […]

  2. Dan Says:

    Wow! This range looks amazing! I’m going to assume the sunnies featured were designed by Graz, too. Hehe. They look very supervillain-esque.

  3. spm Says:

    i tend not to love chronicles but that man skirt and leather poncho are monster!

  4. Sebastian Says:

    This is great! good to see c.o.n getting better as they progress. Drifting further away from the norm and more onto flamboyance, very nice. Good post

  5. Ed France Says:

    It looks like a hobo has gone for a stroll at the local cliffs

  6. Jonny Says:

    flamboyance? I’d say pretentiousness… its getting so unwearable.

  7. Ian, UK Says:

    Great look. I love the long skirted look and would wear it with a huge smile in the certain knowledge that I’m unlikly to meet anyone else dressed the same way.

    The whole look is just so much more credible than most of the recent fashion house output.

  8. Chronicles of Never Spring-Summer Collection 2010 | Fashion | Via City Loop Says:

    […] Photographs courtesy of photographer Jeff Yiu, via For-Tomorrow. […]

  9. Andy Says:

    I’m with Jonny. This is much more costume design in my eyes than wearable, everyday clothing unless you want to be looked at like a star wars nerd on their way to a convention.

    There’s a line between being inspired from fantasy and mystical stories, and creating looks which would be better suited on a movie set. This is starting to cross it at least in the lookbook pictures…

    It all just looks a tad tacky and hobo. worn differently, it looks like their could be some nice pieces in the midst though.

  10. John Says:

    Priscila queen of the desert?

    or perhaps this:

  11. pit Says:

    the model has nice hair

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