The eyes have it

Publié par le 31 janvier 2014

Kenzo made it their main print for fall / winter 2013. Edeline Lee and Creatures of Comfort also adopted it for this particular season. In the case of the Dannijo x Man Repeller collection, the eye-opening moment came in 2012. High street brands have now followed suit. Taking a tip from the walls – who, as we all know, have ears – garments and accessories now effectively have eyeballs.

Although they can be a little off-putting to some, eyes carry important symbolism in many cultures and spiritual beliefs. At times, they represent protection, omniscience or a window into the soul. While they can convey openness and honesty (think of naked eyes as opposed to a stare hidden by sunglasses), they also intrigue us by their mysterious, seemingly mythical implications.

Take a look at the pictures below and tell us: would you wear a human organ, quite literally, on your sleeve?


Le blog de betty Betty Autier Eye Ring
A Delfina Delettrez ring worn by blogger Betty Autier (Le Blog de Betty)

Dannijo x Man Repeller 2012 eyes necklace
A necklace from the Man Repeller x Dannijo collection, 2012

Dannijo x Man Repeller 2012 eye bracelets
Bracelets from the Dannijo x Man Repeller collection, 2012

Kenzo eye red clutch Maison Martin Margiela eye bag
A Kenzo clutch and Maison Martin Margiela couture bag

Kenzo fall winter 2013 fw13 fw2013 fall 2013 eyes street style kenzo red sweater
A look from Kenzo’s fall / winter 2013 runway show and a street style photo featuring a Kenzo sweater

Creatures of comfort Edeline Lee yeux
Looks from the Creatures of Comfort and Edeline Lee fall / winter 2013 collections

crop top eye print etsy skirt bralet eye print topshop
Bamboo crop top from Komana on Etsy and Topshop eye print skirt and bralet

Eyes crop top and ring
Crop top via Etsy and Kaye Blegva ring

Elsa Schiaparelli eye hat 1950
Elsa Schiaparelli eye hat, 1950

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