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Discussion in 'Designers and Collections' started by vogue28, Mar 11, 2021.
I always love Ami, a less flashy more grown up Jacquemus. While Jacquemus customers enjoy Instagram aesthetic, Ami while still have fun have that laid-back attitude with it. Some seasons I can't distinct the two but they still manage to use their personalities to make them stand out.
As for the collection, why so "serious" this season? Some of the looks reminding me of Christophe Lemaire and the colorful suits are very Berluti. In fact the whole collection could be pass as a Berluti collection. Have more fun please.
This made me think how good he would be if he were at Berluti, I think in a few more seasons he could have what it takes!
All the men around me wears AMI... But like @THD96 i find it too serious.
While I enjoyed the presentation and I’m totally sold on the clothes for what they are, I think the pop of colors are actually sad. Those orange and blue are too Paul Smith for my taste...
But I always love how honest everything is at AMI. The tailoring is great and accessible.
Considering that he worked at Dior Homme and Givenchy under Boateng, I would love for him to give a real dressy menswear collection one day.
The womenswear is good. Of course the knitted dress but Look 3 is really a success for me!
I don't know if I want him at Berluti tbh. Berluti is a "CEO" brand, it's very serious. I read somewhere that Antoine said that Bernard where Berluti suits but not necessary Dior or LV. And I don't think they will replace KVA anytime soon, they quite fond of him. I think he fit more at a contemporary brands like Lacoste or even Hermes.
The set and runway reminds me of the simple nineties shows with a simple walk and a logo in the background.
The clothes are good too. A lot of basics but the fit is always good.
Looks like Vince.
Loved this collection and the presentation. The 1990's comparison is so accurate. The "photographers" and the flashing of the cameras resembling the photographer pits of the early days of runway shows, branding/designers name being placed behind the runway, and the minimalism that made up of a majority of the collection, it was truly "so 90's" lol.
@THD96, I thought the shapes and lines were similar to that of Lemaire, though, they were much younger and more accessible. Alexandre and his team deserve to smile for such a sound, cohesive collection. While in my opinion, the womenswear portion of the show surpassed that of the menswear- the leather trouser/blouse set and wrap skirt, in particular, was so chic- they ultimately worked well against each other in the end. Finally, some balance has been found in Paris.