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07-07-2006
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I really like their fall collection, and this one is ...umm....exactly the same. There's not too many differences, just those two-tone suits, the graffiti logo sweaters, and the use of white. It all looks pretty wearable and everything, but nothing looks really new at all.

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Awful cut...I have expected better, because of their fine tailoring for womenswear.

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The suits with the two grey tones make me think they have been wading in water

Anyway isn't it smart that they model their own clothing
If it doesn't sell, they could just wear it themselves

I think perhaps I have to see the clothes up close to appreciate them. I can see there might be some details I can't see with the photos here, but I noticed that in one of the close-ups, the beige shirt under the jacket is kind of cut into strips.

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It's so goddamn tacky and pretentious that they model their own clothes. Jeez.. (And I know they don't design it themselves but that doesn't matter)

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(And I know they don't design it themselves but that doesn't matter)
Is that true? Who is the designer?

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07-07-2006
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While I admire the monsieur angle, I wish they would design a bit more garÁon sometimes. Bordering on old fogey in certain pieces.

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i love the collection! I would wear most of these clothes!

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quite nice fits. I like it for men

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This was a supposition, some people (most of the people in fact) are more knowledgable than me, and will tell you better about that

What is sure, I think Is that they don't like designing for men. Theiu womenswear collection are wonderful: creativity, sensibility, tailoring, details, etc. Thei menswear is siiimple and sometimes tacky (they can do better than hoodies with V&R stamp logo, but i think they don't care about it. They said that menswear was boring, and has much more limits than womenswear. But business is business .) That doesn't change anything about they womenswear which is more than fantastic, pescially last winter

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eye-opening!
interesting!

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