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Since the 1980s, kids and adolescents—from chambermaids to female Nazis—have been meeting in the park for role play that offers them a means of escape from everyday life. The innovation content of all these is their being the origin of ingenuity and invention. If innovations do not emerge—as is usually the case—it is a matter of simple copying, as with those kids in Tokyo. John Galliano’s haute couture for House of Dior is less a provocation and far more an aesthetic discourse with and about fashion; mode pour mode in the same sense as l’art pour l’art.
Those born later are more likely to rebel, to be the ones who trigger revolutionary upheavals in scientific thought. Man owes his creativity to the dichotomy between his rational left and intuitive right cerebral hemispheres. Here, the decisive factor is how the two hemispheres – 33 – 34 • When Clothes Become Fashion communicate with each other, namely the process that occurs in the corpus callosum (a dense, fibrous connecting structure cf. p. 8). The rational left cerebral hemisphere generates knowledge, and the right hemisphere generates intuition and imagination; both are necessary for a functioning innovation.
9). 12 Form and Medium Clothing is regarded as form, fashion as the medium. Since the form of clothing represents the foundation for the medium of fashion, fashion is form and medium. Whatever we see, it is form; the medium cannot be seen or rather the medium becomes visible only as the form of clothing. This means that we see only the clothing, not the fashion. If art makes use of the form ‘clothing’, the outcome is an imaginary reality or a ‘doubling of the reality’ of painting/photography and clothing.