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Originally Posted by mcQueen
i'm not really a fan of his stuff, but the concept behind his label is very clever- everything in machine washable jersey. he has shown in australia for the past 2 years, and the collections have been very similar. It will be interesting to see whetehr he is actually a talented designer or just had one very good idea.
he has be doing pretty much the same pieces since his first show..
even the colour palette hasnt really changed...which is ok as he wants to establish some sort of signature...
the idea behind it might seem "original" but in reality it isnt, many genuinely telented designers have been using jersey for a while..its not as though this guy solely came up with the concept of tailored jersey... but his plus point is that a lot of it is no frills no fuss(but design wise some are very boring)...

having seen many of his clothes in person and been to stocksales etc... the quality of manufacturing also has to be improved imo...for the price he asks...some of his womenswear sells quick, but most of it struggles on the rack ,as there are several sizing issues... and dont even get to the menswear...sizing is all over the place... but since last season i think he is trying to focus on quality sure that will get better as he gets more money... the sooner he moves production out of australia the better for him...but that is quite unlikely..

when he first came out..the concept seemed refreshing...but i have only been disappointed since..

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