What does the Commes des Garcons heart mean?
like some boys
Comme des Garçons means “like some boys” in French, but Kawakubo actually founded the company in the late ’60s in Tokyo.
What is special about Comme des Garcons?
Kawakubo’s love of the avant-garde and the unwearable is what makes Comme des Garçons so special. She has never given in to conventional fashion standards and has always relied on her creativity. It shows in her collections and that has made her stand apart from her contemporaries. Rei Kawakubo is a sight to behold.
What does the heart with eyes stand for?
All the meanings for the smiling face with heart-shaped eyes emoji are very positive and warm. This emoji is associated with adoration, love, or extreme positivity toward a specific subject (romantic or not).
Why is it called Comme des Garcons?
The brand’s name was inspired by Françoise Hardy’s 1962 song “Tous les garçons et les filles”, particularly from the line Comme les garçons et les filles de mon âge. The brand became successful in Japan in the 1970s and a menswear line was added in 1978. In 1981 the company had a debut show in Paris.
What is Comme de Garcons PLAY?
The Comme des Garçons diffusion line “PLAY” was launched in 2002. The PLAY line aims to create beautiful wardrobe basics through the use of patterns as well as minimalistic designs and fabrication.
What does Garcons mean in English?
: a male waiter (as in a French restaurant) “Here, garçon, bring us two halves of malt whisky, like a good fellow ….”—
Is Comme des Garcons unisex?
The CDG x Converse Chuck Taylor Low Top is a unisex sneaker. Its canvas upper offers a supportive fit. Fit can also be adjusted with the help of the traditional lacing system. Because of its design, couples and families alike can enjoy wearing a similar or matching pair.
What does Comme des Garcons meaning?
As you will know — or at least have guessed — Comme des Garçons is a French term. Translated, the brand means “like boys”: a name inspired by Françoise Hardy’s 1962 track “Tous les garçons et les filles” (All the boys and the girls).