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Discussion in 'Designers and Collections' started by Hafdis, Jun 23, 2018.
The patchwork look is the tackiest thing in years.
Interesting color combinations.
Not so bad but not my favorite.
The tailoring pieces are fantastic. Great colors.
Amazing collection, the leather jackets and the coats are stunning, but it's impossible don't feel the Valentino vibes from his fall collection in 2015 with that two-tones pieces
What a beautiful, beautiful collection. I really enjoy all the tuxedo dressing, the hybrid outerwear and the trompe l'oeuil embroidered brushstroke coat towards the end - it's such a simple but forceful gesture, especially with the yarn ends trailing from the hem of the coat.
I wished McQueen womenswear would take more of a cue from the menswear, somehow she manages to get to a more assured and nonchalant hand here, which I very much enjoy.
absolutely love this.
i love that she does an "idea" for only 2 or 3 looks max, then moves on to the next one. the perfect amount.
I've always loved McQueen men's even after McQueen's departure. It always feels absolutely impeccable in terms of construction and tailoring. They always follow this idea of Dorian Gray through the centuries and I love it. The drawing suits on 1 and the shawl suits on 3 took my breath away.
The tailoring here is just exquisite as usual. Reading about the influences of Bacon and Deakin on this collection just made me love it even more.
McQueen menswear still works because Sarah has always headed this department. This is her true strength. And I adore it.
And I adore it when Sarah isn’t ashamed of her sharply, disciplined bespoke roots. So inspiring to not see a single hoodie, sweatshirt, and ugly, juvenile sneaker in sight.
The fusion coats with the impossibly strict tailoring and luxurious feel that only comes with experience— mixed with a touch of that spirit of McQueen chaos, is skillfully executed here. All mine.
Such a shame her womenswear collections aren't allowed the same flourishes.
I love it. The first 10 looks however are too similar, in terms of proposition, to S/S 2018. I was trying to find the video of this show on Youtube and mistakenly ended up watching the S/S 2018 one before I realized that I had been watching the wrong collection all along.
Her tailoring is so underrated. The number of suits she offers here is genuinely edgy but still wearable with look 38 and 39 being particularly favorites of mine (love how she incorporates the layered thread embroidery she introduced in the last women's collection here. The textural effect of a brushed stroke is just exquisite). Most menswear designers could learn a thing or two from her take on tailoring.
I absolutely love the collection because it shows her strength so well. She is a very strong menswear designer but it doesn't translate to womenswear. The tailoring is sharp, precise and beautiful. Also love the styling. I love that at the end they can sell sneakers and skull-printed tees and hoodies but she's smart to not put them here because this shows a stronger collection than juvenile streetwear trend.
I’m so glad I am not the only one who thinks that she is a terrific menswear designer. Her womenswear really does lack the precision and sharp tailoring of her mens collections, and here she understands the male form so much. It all comes together beautifully. And that brush stroke embroidered coat toward the end is just one of the finest pieces of clothing I’ve seen in a while, it makes such an impact while being very simple in theory.
The third to last look is just .
I agree with the people who said that the menswear is better than the womenswear.
LOVE me all these leather looks, so clinical and perfectly cut. They look gorgeous in all the colorways.
This is a superb collection.
So sharp, mature and luxurious.
Sarah is great with men.