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All i could think when I saw it was a presentation and not a actual runway show, "Is she going bankrupt or something?".

lool it probably cost more than most of the other shows with the cast

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DVF is trying to reach the coveted "millennial" group of women and I am not sure if this is the best way...

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It's hard to believe that those clothes are more expensive than Zara and Topshop.
This brand needs a total reboot.
It's a pity that all those girls looks miserable.

They have to hire someone who worked at Sonia Rykiel.

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i agree with you guys

she's so out of touch fashion-wise, only older women who are not fashion would wear this whether its on kendall jenner or not, even she can't make it look relevant!

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Makes me "happy" coming here and seeing that I'm not the only one feeling sad about this DVF collection

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She uses cheap fabrics now, also most of the clothes are made in China.
Her clothes use to be very edgy and cool back in the 70s. The clothes here are not styled well, cheap fabrics, bad color combinations, the dresses are not appealing. Her dresses in the 70s were very nicely tailored and made in Italy.She makes these annoying 3/4 sleeve wrap dresses which I hate .

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Apparently it wasn't a presentation or a show, it was an "experience"

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As I said last season DVF has been lost since she hired that designer-whathever-his-name-is, bit that guy is so untalented and this dated collection is only his fault I guess. Like, really, did they have to show this? Because we can find similar clothes everywhere. And they're not expensive just because they have DVF's label sewn on it.
It's irrelevant. I'm sorry to say this, but they are even more desperate than Burberry. Just look at the cast. Then look at the clothes. I know that DVF is known for her wrap dress and her brand isn't conceptual at all, but it's 2016 and she should know how to produce interesting and wearable clothes.
After f/w 14.15 collection she hasn't shown anything really good. And this season they even didn't make a regular runway show. I can't believe they don't see that something is wrong.

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Hahahaha this is so bad.

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