COMMERCIAL vs. CULTURE
An hour ago I viewed the 64 Looks from the Courreges Spring RTW 2016 runway show held in Paris today. After some thought I came to this realization: Why would anyone attempt to construct a 2016 version of the band The Doors.
Using today’s social lexicon The Doors 2.0 The beauty of any original cultural event is that it’s both to that moment in time and timeless. It is not a product, it’s a process that we can infinitely immerse ourselves. After looking at the NY Times slideshow record of the Courreges event it clearly is a commercial.
It is product. It needs the originality of the 1960’s Courreges event to exist yet why in 2016 does it need to be revived. Does anyone want or need The Doors to be resurrected with four young musicians appropriating the « look » of Jim Morrison, Ray Manzarek, Robbie Krieger, and John Densmore.
Here are The Doors:
The reason FASHIONWORLD is not a cultural event and only exists in its present form as a commercial is that within its operating system is a flaw.
That program defect reveals itself on every level of the propaganda structure of FASHIONWORLD. The weakness is THE NEW IS ALWAYS THE OLD.
Here is Courreges:
September 30, 2015
BAJA NORTE, MEXICO