Dries Van Noten
Aganovich (Supersupercool clothes and styling)
Hermès (fresh and classy, without beeing dated)
Christian Wijnants (best colours and shapes, loved it.)
Rykiel (the future of feminine elegance)
Kors (cool vintage feel without being too retro)
Sacai (this is how u do sporty luxury - take a note gucci)
Chanel (who wants to look like a childrens drawing book?)
J.W Anderson (fugly fleshy unflattering frocks)
Prada (custo for the rich and blind)
Ungaro (i,m out of words for this mess)
Valentino (Medieval Babushka Warfare, so dated in 2014)
Prabal Gurung (Dior, Balenciaga, anything: what a copycat!)
Burberry (sooo boooooring)
Carven (these camo prints!
Gucci (gym + art nouveau = brave, but hideous, Frida, it's time to leave)
No.21 (every single piece screamed must-have)
Lutz & Huelle (wow! so many desirebale clothes)
Iceberg (young and fresh, very promising new direction)
Louis Vuitton: It isn't because it's Marc's last collection, I just loved the dark, opulent glamour of it.
Givenchy: Finally a good collection from him. The draped pieces are to die for.
No. 21: Yet another wonder quirky/sophisticated collection from him
Narciso Rodriguez: The master of minimalism shows everyone how it is done.
Hermés: Chic, understated, and elegant
Balmain: It's not anything new but I really liked it.
Lanvin: Fun, glamourous, and quirky
Rodarte: Trashy, trashy, trashy
Ungaro: Tacky and trashy
Saint Laurent: Dated, repetitive, and unimaginative
Dior: Too many ideas crammed into one collection
Prabal Gurung: Looked like Dior and Prada rejects that were done in horrible, cheap fabric
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Chloe- Effortlessly beautiful, showed the essence of a true "Chloe" woman with a bit of a boyish charm.
Dries Van Noten- Beautiful and decadent with the embellishments, gold and ruffles, but FAR from overdone. Just perfect.
Lanvin- Alber really went back to the archives and brought back the works of Jeanne back to life with the metallic flapper dresses, and really did fabulous work with the silhouettes.
Miu Miu- Fabulous optic prints,fabulous beading on skirts and dresses, fabulous coats and leggings. Quirky and refreshing and optimistic!
Guy Laroche- Very feminine and innovative.
No 21- Great mashup of menswear and womenswear, sporty but still very chic.
Anna Sui for bringing back her true signature back into this collection, Roberto Cavalli for a new bohemian approach, Alberta Ferretti for airy, beautiful romanticism.
Marc Jacobs- I think everyone was really threw off by this. Ugly, ugly, ugly.
Calvin Klein- Awful color palate, horrible silhouettes, bad fringes. Maybe 3 looks were nice.
Jil Sander- Extremely lackluster.
Christian Dior- Boring, blegh.
John Galliano- Shut down the brand already.
Dolce and Gabbana- Same ole, same old traditional Sicilian look. Like I said before, maybe jail time will help these two re-foster some creativity.
Last edited by VersaceVixen009; 05-10-2013 at 07:22 PM.
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