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i like it and would actually wear a lot of it

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Omg, I love it, it's refreshing to see leggings and skinny pants this season....because what I've seen so far it's all about baggy trousers and weird shapes.

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the first thing that came into my mind was 'this is harsh'. and to be honest, as far as i'm totally behind everything Tisci has done in recent time, this collection feels much better at the top than at the bottom. longjohns really felt kind of wrong (especially the sparkling ones) but the jackets and coats looked very Givenchy with this classical blend of dramatic sharp tailoring. i'm quite interested they did showed this stuff on such athletic models, as 'Hedi's' boys would be a more obvious and logical choice for this type of sillhouette. as someone mentioned, it's really interesting to learn what Tisci was about this season...

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This collection is insane! But I want some pieces personally.

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I love all of it. They are for a certain man, a fabulous, incredible man, with a little swagger and confidence.

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the first thing that came into my mind was 'this is harsh'. and to be honest, as far as i'm totally behind everything Tisci has done in recent time, this collection feels much better at the top than at the bottom. longjohns really felt kind of wrong (especially the sparkling ones) but the jackets and coats looked very Givenchy with this classical blend of dramatic sharp tailoring. i'm quite interested they did showed this stuff on such athletic models, as 'Hedi's' boys would be a more obvious and logical choice for this type of sillhouette. as someone mentioned, it's really interesting to learn what Tisci was about this season...
I didn't want to say anything, but YES, Hedi's boys would have been my choice for pulling off these pieces. The leggings and skinnies do not look right on men of these frames. They are too muscular and their frames are not effeminate enough. Nice to see Black models though.

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That's Tisci's androgynous in our face.

The styling's as great as ever. Though I'm not feeling much about the outerwear surprisingly, the "leggings" and the tops made up for it.
But it's not his strongest collection nonetheless.

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Well, I don't hate it. I strongly dislike the skin tight leather pants, though...

The outfits without those pants are not bad, and many of which, I genuinely like.

And there is something bizarrely intriguing about those glitter boots.

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I can't wait for a video.
some of these (neck-less) models look like Rugby players.

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I really like these looks! The leather pants with the stitching, for me, are the best part of the collection. Next to the sparkle boots of course!

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i really like the leather pants with the stitching... for women though. i agree with DuTTyRoCK112, his ideas for menswear are definitely not as good as his (great) ideas for womenswear....

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It's too "Italian", not elegant at all like "Givenchy".

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bottom and shoes are stunning.

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from the waist up it's not so bad...
but about everything below that is disastrous.

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Let me remind everyone again, weight talk of any kind is not allowed. Further disregard of this rule will lead to harsher consequences than just having a post deleted.

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