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the hats reminds me of hermes previous collection! and the eye glasses like sony rykiel???

what happened with DVF?

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I've noticed a lot of Marni-like looks sent out this season, with quite well matched clashing print clothing. This is nice, though the slouch boots are a trend that has only just died out and I have no desire to revisit.
Not appreciating the rectangle that DVF is wearing either.

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Too bad the only thing that I like is the "Hermes hat"

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I like it a lot, but this collection is derivative as all get out, I spy Carolina Herrera, Oscar de la Renta, Hermes, Gucci, Pucci / Cavalli and Giles Deacon.

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A lot of this is not very good.

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diane von furstenberg generally hypnotizes me more with her outlandish prints and her indepedent woman attitude, but it seems that she succumbed this season to all of those invitations for her to re-live her studio 54 years. and thank goodness she did. while a departure from her normal oeuvre, these clothes capture the glamor and decadence from that time in a way we haven't seen yet in the seventies' revivalism over in europe.

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Some nice outfits but nothing overwhelming.
I like the runway anyways.

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that blue wool coat is divine - definitely my fav piece!!

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I was hoping it would grow on me.

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diane von furstenberg generally hypnotizes me more with her outlandish prints and her indepedent woman attitude, but it seems that she succumbed this season to all of those invitations for her to re-live her studio 54 years. and thank goodness she did. while a departure from her normal oeuvre, these clothes capture the glamor and decadence from that time in a way we haven't seen yet in the seventies' revivalism over in europe.
Exactly my thoughts too. It seems that she's moved away from her nouveau image towards a more vintage direction. I mean this dress looks like it just came out of Studio 54. The sequins have a disco-ball resemblance.


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mmm i'm not a fan

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A lot of the garments have a bit more sex appeal than what she usually does. For the most part this collection was all over the place. I wonder if she was going for a desert insperation with the color palette as far as the purples and blue and greens and reds. But it does not seem well put together to many ideas in one collection.

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Gucci and YSL vibezzz...... although I'm glad she's not jumping on the whole minimalism bandwagon.

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love it! for some reason it reminds me of Argentina

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