For their fall couture show, Viktor Horsting and Rolf Snoeren created dresses that turned into paintings or sculpture during a surreal fashion performance that attracted both an art and fashion crowd.
— July 8, 2015
Drawing the final curtain on their ready-to-wear business Viktor Horsting and Rolf Snoeren clearly had already turned the page, as evidenced by the boisterous evening looks in their fall lineup.
— March 5, 2015
Snoeren said he and Horsting wanted to show something that “made prints come alive,” and to experiment with “how far we could take it in terms of volume.”
— January 28, 2015
Viktor Horsting and Rolf Snoeren took to graphic design for fall.
— January 23, 2015
Viktor Horsting and Rolf Snoeren designed their pre-fall collection to carry on the sweetly nostalgic mood of their spring 2015 offerings.
Viktor Horsting and Rolf Snoeren were channeling activewear, though they did so with their own irreverent touch.
— September 27, 2014
Damien Boissinot and Pat McGrath conceived the show’s beauty look.
The designers sourced synthetic, low-pile carpet and wrapped, knotted and draped it into minidresses, cocooning capes and off-the-shoulder coats.
— July 9, 2014
After the Viktor & Rolf show, Mia Moretti said she would be doing a deejay set at Le Carmen, a club in Paris’s Pigalle district.
Viktor Horsting and Rolf Snoeren’s resort lineup was one of the most colorful collections they’ve shown in years.
— June 25, 2014