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23-06-2011
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Would someone be kind enough to post HQs? Would be very much appreciated.

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Full Collection in HQs




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Cruxt of the matter is.......the majority of the population is always in fear of embracing change...or thinking outside-the-box.

Next time I see a woman wearing a black tuxcedo and bowtie...or a pant-suit in public...maybe I should stone her to death for wearing "men's" clothes.

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Cruxt of the matter is.......the majority of the population is always in fear of embracing change...or thinking outside-the-box.
I know. I wish I had enough guts to wear something like this because it looks so good!

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...........just wear what appeals to you....ignore what everyone else has to say as far as criticism (cuz everyone loves to be a critic).....and do your own thing.

Besides...any monkey with no balls of their own can wear common-day clothes and follow the herd....but these men certainly don't.

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layering just how i like it.

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I am not that excited for some reason.

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PERFECT example of how skirts and dresses CAN look masculine. As margielamike2004 said, Rich Owens did here what pants did for women. Those models look every bit a man to me. There's nothing female about them.
Men look great in skirts, and as mentioned, in many parts of the world, it's a non-issue. But in this particular case-- this show, I think it's extremely feminine; from the styling (very fitted single-button cropped blazer with flared sleeves, worn over a long shirt that peeks out like a skirt under the blazer, and paired with tights and some cyber version of Uggs), to the casting (most of these guys are extremely androgynous in their appearance, even if they were wearing "traditional" men's suits).

I don't have issues with Owen's aesthetic as I'm not a fan of his designs overall. But, it's refreshing to see him his take on dresses and skirts-- for men. But it is very feminine, in a traditional sense. Nothing wrong with that, but I think anyone would be kidding themselves if they deny the femininity in Owen's presentation here.

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while the styling of this collection makes it a bit more unapologetic and inaccessible than some of his recent outings, this collection puts forward a strong offering of some of the most pitch-perfect blazers we've seen all season. matched with a pair of designer jeans and custom shirts, and these jackets would look quite to the manor born. and for the inked and skinny jean crowd, the over-sized tops and boots look almost quotidian. the only major undigested statement on the runway remains those skirts but i'm curious just how prominently those will feature when this collection trickles into his retail spaces.

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I love the silhouette of this collection. It may be my favorite Rick Owens collection for men.
The fabrics look beautiful.
Ill be in a "dress" all next year!
Tell them how it is MargielaMike!

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Feels "Martin Margiela" clean.

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I see dresses for men and not men in dresses, that's why I love this.

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Boring!

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