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Iím only coming here to say this peice of S#|• designer had the audacity to knock of Craig Greenís Moncler collaboration puffer and I was not happy at all about that. What an incredibly unimaginative designer, shame on him...

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yawn .... i can't tell the difference between this and half of the other trashy shows in ny now

at least in milan he stood out a bit more

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I don't think there's anyone in fashion that I despise more than this guy. It's all so try-hard, humorless, unoriginal, and egotistical. His shows always feel like such a d*ck-slap.

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I just don't understand how he's so successful. Who on earth is buying this tacky, overpriced mess?!

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The fact that Carine is affiliated to this mess break my heart.
For some reasons, he feels like courting the Hip-Hop community is enough for his brand but his brand of euro-trash still needs a little bit more creativity in order to be relevant.

This is bad in the worst way possible.

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^ Money Lola701. Philip Plein has a tons of money.

His clientele is from soccer players, basketballs players and all the nouveau riches. He knows perfectly how to attract them. I can imagine those rich people with this collection at Gstaad for example.

He understands that he doesn't need creativity but just a good and aggressive marketing strategy to succeed. Tacky sells, unfortunately.

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I want to look away, but I can't...

He really should consider investing in strip bars, brothels, MMA events, and gay porn, cuz his designs already has that brandingó which hasnít seemed to have changed since 2006 when brands like Affliction and Ed Hardy polluted the Earth.

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Not that I expected anything nice, but this collection is horrible. As stated before, the copycat Craig Green x Moncler.... yikes. Shouldnt Plein have learned after his last RTW collection was another copycat of a small graphic designer?

Not to mention how horrid it is to see someone convicted of sexual misconduct with a minor performing, and 2 of their Asian models tagged wrongfully on Instagram (while all the other models get the right tags...)


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lol that robot though

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The Vogue Runway review needed to be shared.
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Philipp Pleinís shtick is tired. And this is coming from a writer who generally gives the man the benefit of the doubt, and who often kind-of-sort-of likes what Plein does. Not today.
Pleinís shows (now combining womenís and menís) start late, thatís a given, and itís forgivable, as they turn into parties as soon as theyíve concluded. And, another given, the shows trump the clothes, always. So be it, such is his thing. But the way he executed tonightís staging came across as so bloated and wasteful, it left more than the irritation caused by airborne flecks of plastic snow, which coated the entire floor. Hereís the general rundown: A bulldozer plowed through a gigantic wall of foil boulders, filling the room with weed smoke, whereby two snow-bikes revved around. Then Migos performed. Then a robot came out and asked people if they were wearing Philipp Plein. Then Irina Shayk emerged from a UFO. Then the robot and Irina Shayk walked around while ďFly Me to the MoonĒ thudded from the speakers. She didnít look over the moon about it. Then, finally, the clothes surfacedóapocalyptic-futuristic mountain sportswear, including skis and snowboardsóand everyone continued to walk around until they convened for a super awkward dance party while Migos performed again. It was formulaic, predicated on Pleinís own game that intends to splash but never quite does, and it was especially long. Itís time to switch it up.
However, entirely remove the performative and one was left with some savvy sections, like sneakers and bags that had moving LED banners. That was clever. Likewise, elements of the ski-and-snowboard part; bedazzled goggles, for example, fit with Pleinís more-is-more penchant. Theyíll find buyers. And maybe the criticisms donít matter, and maybe Plein is making as much money as he claims, enough to support yet another multimillion dollar production such as tonightís. It just seems evermore dubious and cavalier and . . . itís old.
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