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Very nice, I love the bags and the various pants. Some suits look a little chanel-esque but he pulls it off. It's a thumbs up from me

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A standing ovation for this?

We are lost.

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I like it. I am glad he stopped doing Japan influenced collections. This one was rather dark, mysterious. I could feel Balenciaga in some looks.

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Beautiful clothes.
Ugly shoes.
Weird styling.
Underwhelming show.
Cute designer.

I love the take on classic bourgeois clichés and the intention behind trying to have new propositions but I really feel bad for the editors because of the full look policy and even more for the celebrities who will wear those ugly shoes.

Chanel owned the last day of PFW.

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slightly better than his last collections, which is somewhat comforting

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A little better than the former collections.
I'm actually surprised, i opened this thread to bash them (i usually really hate this brand) but it's actually ok.

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oh man, this is the first time since his first collection for the house that it resonates with me!

aside from the obvious need to a stronger edit, this is great. that set is amazing, looooove the colours, that navy blue, yellow, beige and white, super sexy.

i feel some sort of focus that was really lacking lately. it feels like a clear offering

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If I remove the Chanel look-alike looks, and that "LV" sport logo which reminds of the Prada one, all that remains are those corset looks and those sweatshirts-blouse hybrids.

Pretty underwhelming.

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It was so great, they transformed the bourgeois cliché into something incredibly sharp and modern. It's crazy that Natacha had to leave this brand to see something this good.

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I really, really loved it.

It kind of reminds me of his F/W 2008 collection for Balenciaga, not necessary in look but in overall vibe...there's a sort of sharp, dark elegance around the whole thing.

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