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Discussion in 'Designers and Collections' started by Cinnamaranth, Jan 26, 2009.
It's pretty... just in such a plain way. Hmmmm...
No thumbnails please!
It's pretty typical Hash - simple and elegant pieces with a muted color scheme and feminine menswear.
the last dress posted is soo pretty!
Did she not have a show?
Its lovely, but a bit of a let down I guess
Yeah she didn't have a show this season, practical choice
I love Anne for the very aesthetics of her work. Simple, ultra chic garments that stands out.
It's such a pity that she didn't do a runway presentation. All I know is that she's showing at Ministry of Culture and Communication at the Palais Royal in Paris, knew nothing about the money part.
Anyway, back to the collection, all the looks are very anne valerie. But it doesn't really shows her full potential i think. Hope there'll be more looks.
I especially like the jackets, the way they handled the textiles; they look loose and comfortable, but at the same time perfectly fitted, by which you can tell it's couture. Really great jackets like that are hard to find. The dresses are beautiful as well. If I were the right gender to be buying couture I'd be knocking on Mme Hash's door...
the cleanliness is so appealing...like american sportswear..but paris haute couture
Specially like the dresses/skirts. The long dresses I like most. Anne Valerie always impresses me.
The details are beautiful but the collection is plain.
just showoff but no runway?
cos the severe economical crisis
i'm not impressed by this simple collection
what a relief to see AVH's collection after all those catwalk disasters seen today. i loved the outfits for clean understated aesthetic and the absense of weird ruffles, bows and ribbons which seem to be a substitute for modernity nowadays.
I think the difference is that Mme Hash is doing this less for publicity than because she actually has a couture clientele. We, the spectators, are not the intended audience (as we are at Dior and elsewhere). It's for the client.
well one can understand her dilemma. i mean,anne-valérie isn't a designer i would deem wealthy and as she said,she has to cut the least important thing to help pay her staff. and shows are expensive and perhaps the most frivolous.
in that vein,i would describe this collection as a bit safe for a-v. but i understand the reason....clients and sales.