Peyton Knight by Alice Rosati for The Ingénue SS 2016
Posted Apr 25, 2016
Peyton Knight is trapped in the prison of her own mind in “Hell Here” by Alice Rosati for The Ingénue, SS 2016. To have is to hold to give is to take, to be is to allow the passion of the now. Art inspires the soul to react, by owning our feelings not responding to mere fact. Energy is felt through the synergism of spirit, as the watcher becomes the one to be watched. Enticing designs are made to defy, daring us to witness the actions of the inspired. Dancing to the rhythm raging thru her mind, Hell Hath No Fury, like a woman locked in time. Jonathan Huguet feels the fashion beat with styles that shout to be seen. Each interaction invites us inside, with clothing that captures a longing to thrive. Haute couture blends with harmonic overtones, allowing outfits to express individuality. As images ache with intensity daring to project an impassioned stare. Sadness splits the scene with pictures that pave the way to nothing.
Like a compelling tale that brings us to stay, the boldness of beauty begs us away. Understanding the uniqueness of truth, Satoko Watanabe uses (non) makeup as a tool of expression. An ethereal glow garners a gentle blow as each feature is met with the mutiny of desire. The face is naked leaving eyes to project a sense of isolation, while, skin drives the depth of perception with loss that’s felt in artful emanations. Nuanced shades shift from nude to pink, allowing the mouth to maintain a sense of self. Gilles Degivry lets freedom speak, with wild hair that keeps its natural color while working the waves. Vacillating between pain/play… to look but not see, to want but not be, that is the definition of danger. Peyton projects the craziness of being in enclosed captivity, while pondering the truth. Is she trapped all alone or is she all alone because she has trapped herself? Locked in a room with nowhere to go… Hell Hath No Fury Like a Bold Woman Scorned.