Overall Valley - Lala Berlin

 – Eva Munz Leyla Piedayesh has single-handedly answered all my unspoken prayers with the creation of this jumpsuit. The overalls fit right into the script of my science-fiction art/porn movie: Chandigarh-69. The main character is an alpha-worker in the fictional corporate federation DubaiDusseldorf.
Exactly – She's designing a replica of the Twin Towers, albeit bigger and better. The genetically enhanced underling-laborers she supervises worship her like a Goddess. Why? Because she looks amazing in the dark, silky-snug one-piece by Lala Berlin aptly entitled "Overall Valley" (a subtle play on the underrated women’s lib novel, "Valley of the Dolls," and the Freudian notion of the polymorphic perverse: valley everywhere). She also outsmarts all the Federati Nomenclatura with her light-speed cognition, and also stars in deft sexual stimulation programs, which are broadcast directly into their laborers' hives.
But that’s besides the point. It is the aesthetics of “Overall Valley,” the subtle folds around the shoulders, the neckline that plunges to the navel, the black that’s never black because of its reflective luminescence. This one piece is a Russian doll of subconscious projections: There’s only one layer you need to take off to be naked (assuming that you chose to forego undies), you can fly a plane in it (and thus be close to God), you can fix a car in it (and impress the dykes on bikes if you don’t care about ruining the silk), or you can just be a lethargic fashion idiosyncratic (where you radically buy three pairs of the one item you require each season). APC did one for summer, it was made of cotton and it was blue. It just didn’t cut it. Lala does.

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