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Discussion in 'Designers and Collections' started by wongak, Jan 23, 2010.
i'm tired of black :/ . but materials are good some nice pieces
Looks like they stole the wardrobe out of Edward Scissorhands, but the effect is great. Black is anyway a very safe color and what best to do in winter than to layer? Nothing spectacular but I sort of loved it.
Some really nice designs. I really like these pants...
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WHAT?! WHAT?! Am I liking, or should I say LOVING, a Ann D. collection? What is going on with this world
I love the colours, all the coats, and how they used fur. And I'm in love with this: http://i191.photobucket.com/albums/z59/inaya404/FW1011/menswear/paris/annD/details/d1.jpg
Luving the boots!
Ann Dem fans will love this.
The furs are divine.
This season is fantastic. It seems to be an amalgam of many other styles like Rick Owens, Juun, etc., until it dawns on one that she is in fact, the origin of many other fountains of of creativity. I have always loved her fabrics but the oversized shapes fell this side of "old fogey". This is really polished and youthful. The trousers are particularly strong and a true alternative to anything else out there. Pity about all the black, but in France, "Black will always be, the New Black".
There's a period feel to some of this, and the gathered waist pants are interesting.
The cape is lovely. And great use of fur.
It just gets better with every season. At this point, all her menswear collections are my dreams come true.
i'm getting this whole Twilight Chic vibe to it. interesting play with fabrics
and the coats are pretty amazing. i love the whole black look, it comes off
as quite mysterious and not just another boring collection with gloomy pieces.
Reminds me a lot of Brian Eno / Roxy Music.
^brian eno meets blixa bargeld.
i adore this. much the same as adored the previous three collections. it's really a testament of how consistently strong,concise and most importantly authentic she has been.
and can i say,the cape,highly covetable and feathers....who else could do feathers romantically for men without making them look campy?
it might be my number one for this season.
frankly paris menswear is always the best.
the cape, the fur. i'm not sure about the feathers ... i'm not really into glam rock. but it might be great for editorials.
but on a general note, it's a TOP collection.
since, yeah ... i'm tired of black, some leather (?) pants are really not good looking and fitting, and the feathers. but it's perfectly "edited" ...
they look like vampires. twilight much?