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The first part was so depressing! It put me in a blue mood. Wow.

This collection is quite bad. Very basic pieces, everything feels old...

Anyway, it's amazing how appropiate Peter Copping is for this post. There is no one in the world I could imagine doing OdlR better than him. It's like his soul son or something like that.

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but before oscar was gone they were trying to push the brand out to make it more appealing to younger consumer

this is a step backwards from that..maybe because it didn't work i don't know

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It all seems so...stuffy. Very costumey.

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The ending was nice.

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He's sucked the joy right out of ODLR. What I loved about Oscar's show's were how happy and luxe they were. Copping's version is dark, matronly, and boring. Surely he can pull some pieces from the archives and find some better inspiration.

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I'm finding Peter's work here so disappointing. His clothes look so... old. Oscar himself was doing more interesting and fresh clothes than he is. I don't know why he's stock in this weird 80s ballgown aesthetic. Its just feels so dated and unappealing.
Agree 100 % !
There are few gowns Little bit similar to Oscar de la Renta's gowns but this collection seems to be a bad copy of luxuruos gows from de la Renta.

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The first part was so depressing! It put me in a blue mood. Wow.

This collection is quite bad. Very basic pieces, everything feels old...

Anyway, it's amazing how appropiate Peter Copping is for this post. There is no one in the world I could imagine doing OdlR better than him. It's like his soul son or something like that.
In this case, Copping tried to do same what Oscar de la Renta did but sincerely, this collection i don't like. The ballgowns are far away from the gowns which Oscar de la Renta has always done. A few gown in the final part are not bad but all together, not the best...

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That blue shearling west with the belt is just amazing.

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