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Discussion in 'Designers and Collections' started by rebel, Oct 2, 2016.
Kim Shui S/S 2019 // Rodarte S/S 2011
Ohhh, good find!!
Alexander McQueen, “The golden shower” Spring 1998 || Maison Margiela, Fall 2017 || Chromat, Spring 2019
Elie Saab Haute Couture F/W 2018 - Christian Siriano S/S 2019
This Siriano dress is so generic, I'm sure with deeper digging we'll find that more comparisons will pop up.
Queen Elizabeth vs. Marc Jacobs, Spring 2009
Pic. from Voguerunway.com
^When I saw that look I inmediately thought the collection was Princess Margaret inspired!
Riccardo Tisci getting back to its roots.
Givenchy vs. Burberry
Photos from Voguerunway.com
Madame Grès & Burberry Spring 2019 by Riccardo Tisci
I like when designers references classic Couture.
At the end of the day, this is his sensibility. It’s refreshing to see someone referencing Madame Grès than Margiela or Helmut Lang.
And the execution is flawless...
Plus nothing is sacred and it's a good excuse for people to get acquainted with the work of a great master.
While I agree that nothing is sacred, the dress is a carbon copy of the original and a reference in the show notes would have gone a long way.
Dries also made a very similiarly cut dress for his fall 2018 collection:
Why would he put something on a shownote for one dress?
Miuccia has made an entire collection based on a Courreges design and didn’t even credit him...
But that doesn't mean it's the right thing to do.