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Really liking this, some of the looks are so beautiful.

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There are a lot of pieces in a lot of lengths put together sort of... differently, but I think there are some beautiful and very wearable clothes here, maybe even with that nineties vibe when removed from the styled look.

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I think by the time we see it in stores, paired down and not styled so layered, there's going to be some beautiful pieces.

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Oooohhhh...I see an attempt at Michael van der Ham-esque garment parts collage but the result is clumsy and looks more like thoughtless layers than splicing.

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Oooohhhh...I see an attempt at Michael van der Ham-esque garment parts collage but the result is clumsy and looks more like thoughtless layers than splicing.
Couldnt disagree with you more. Michael van der Ham is exactly what you describe, clumsy and thoughtless. THIS collection was soooo elegant and beautiful with a clear vision and precise execution.

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runway video: http://www.londonfashionweek.co.uk/v...D=2698&CatID=3

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Sme of this works quite well, and I love how his fabrics always look so rich...but parts do look a bit gimicky with the layering and splicing.

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I love the layering & all the sheer pieces. Mmm.

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I want to like this, but I can't. Take away the interesting (re; unflattering) things and you're left with fairly run of the mill clothes.

And I completely agree with Zazie, because clumsy is the only way some of this could be described.

It's a shame those beautiful earrings were part of the same collection as the clothes.

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So far I like it but I do not love it.

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I like all the mixes of textures and whatnot, but its not a wearable collection IMO

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hmm.. i actually can see it being wearable. of course with "adverterous" dresser. i like the idea of the cropped jackets and all the layers sheerness and tieres but some of the looks are a bit overkill.. i guess messy.

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