Need Viktor and Rolf apparel at a discount? This is the guide for some of the best alternatives, anywhere online. I've decided to list some websites that seem to consistently have the lowest prices. Below are the websites that I recommend.
Based in Amsterdam are two ground-breaking fashion designers, Viktor & Rolf. Viktor Horsting and Rolf Snoeren are both famous for fantastic, concept-based designs, and glamorous high-fashion. An outrageous design such as a model dressed in nothing but oversize pink ribbons is very typical of this label, as seen with their "flowerbomb" collection. With this eccentric and playful collection, you won't see anything casual that can be worn on a day to day basis. Everything is detailed with eccentric, unique designs and completely genuine. At a Viktor & Rolf runway show, unpredictability is the theme.
An unpredictability certain applies to their website. I must say that out of the many websites, that I have checked out, this may be my most favorite. It starts with a video showing a tight closeup on a women's eye as you hear say "I am the CEO of....). Click out of the website and then you see shiny disc with their logo on the front. Click on the disk and its spins to show the website index on the back. It doesn't stop there as the slideshow is also somewhat mind-blowing.
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Apparently it is a big deal for fashion designers to debut a new hairstyle in their fashion shows. It does seem to be somewhat counter-intuitive given that they are fashion designers and not hair stylists, but trends are not necessarily determined by logic. Somehow it is big news that models for this label at the 2014 Paris Fashion Show are disheveled. It's a testimony to the power of celebrity that a model with disheveled hair is seen as some sort of fashion victory for Viktor and Rolf, while it would otherwise create the impression of being disorganized or unkempt for those of us who have to work for a paycheck.
Below is an additional option to help you in your holiday shopping (or for whenever you happen to be reading this). The idea here is that that more choices will provide lower options and thus offset your shopping frustration. There's no guarantee that this will do any better job than the aforementioned choices, but I think it is worth a look-through regardless: