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Discussion in 'Designers and Collections' started by helmut.newton, Mar 3, 2010.
From Nylon Magazine's Twitter...
There's a photo where they doing the final touches... not exactly the show but I think its the final look...
wow very old-school hash that touch-up look is. in fact to read the synopsis,the entire collection seems like it's borrowing a lot from her early seasons.
it looks sloppy. but i hope to see more.
Some great pieces here, the jackets and the jumpsuit, but unsure what the rest are about. I usually prefer her more tailored pieces anyway. Ok, more looks are being uploaded now. It's a cute collection, but it doesn't leap out at me.
looks like a mess IMO. the clothes are ill-fitting and the designs were a bit blah. Styling was a bit substandard too.
i dunno,imo,a-v-h,made her name with this wonderful contrast between the tailored and volume. i do agree with you zazie that i wish there was more of the tailored elements but this isn't so bad either. i'm just happy to see she's kind of rekindling a little bit of that old form.
theres something modern yet feminine abt it
Me too, as she can really cut a mean curved seam and give a great shape to suits and outer wear. For the price tag, the more casual, floppy pieces just aren't delivering enough "punch".
i dont know if i like this or not
there are some great pieces her but as a whole its a downer
Other than the shiny, flimsy transparent pieces, the collection will undoubtedly grow on me. It has been a really disappointing season so far.
Anne Valerie Hash - F/W 10.11 - Preview
Anne V Hash has always been inconsistent imo. I truly loved her old works, this echos it for sure but still not up to expectations. It's an uneven affair for me, some great masculine pieces as pointed out, some nice layerings here and there. Better than most of her works recently, her last collection was good. This one still hasn't captured the old magic just yet
The sheer pieces are my favourite from the collection which is decent...not necessarily that memorable, but solid.