Ginta Lapina in ‘Espíritu Geométrico’ by Txema Yeste for Harper’s Bazaar Spain
Posted Jan 24, 2013
Ginta Lapina is crowned queen of Modern-Mod in ‘Espíritu Geométrico’ by Txema Yeste for the February issue of Harper’s Bazaar Spain. Carnaby Street goes Couture with looks that embrace the spirit of the swinging 60’s with a high fashion edge. Don’t call it a comeback, today’s Mod movement is a full-on reinvention. While holding strong to the original elements of architecture, this version looks to the future for it’s structural inspiration. A jump into the Geometric, the traditional use of black & white is elevated by a new breed of fabrics and cut-outs. This Spring; Patterns, Styles & Shapes Collide, Leading us to the Graphic Divide. An ode to Pop-Art, Yeste’s brilliant use of shadow and light bring us back to the days of “Warhol’s Factory.” Hitting the high notes of 60’s fashion and beauty, (makeup artist) Christopher Kam and (stylist) Melania Pan breath new life into this much covered trend with looks that channel the great icons of the era – Edie Sedgwick, Penelope Tree, Mary Quant and Twiggy. It’s a retro-revolution…Go bold or go home!