Poetry in motion
Updated: 2016-10-21 07:41
By Chen Jie(China Daily)
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Childs accepted the offer immediately, and Barret invited her to a Hermes' winter runway show in Paris, and explained its styles, fabrics, lines and patterns and how the clothes were manufactured.
They soon found that they had a lot in common－ideas, tastes and that they valued women in the same way.
Barret, Childs and Vanhee-Cybulski then held a workshop in Paris to discuss the dance show.
Speaking about the dance, Barret says: "I like her creation very much. With the women and their illusion on stage, it looks very emotional and striking－a piece of art."
Childs, who also treasures the collaboration, says: "It's the first time that I worked with these kinds of full-length dresses. It's for women. It's very feminine. The movements are designed to show the dresses, and in addition, to give them (women) a sense of possibilities, which can symbolize some down-to-earth issues like changes in direction."