Anrealage F/W 2021.22 Paris

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    jeanclaude Well-Known Member

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    Comme des Anrealage...
     
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    It's really wild! The collection reminds me of Viktor&Rolf, but I don't mind. Even playing with the form of a lookbook is quite clever tbh, it's simple yet effective and it perfectly fits the concept of playing with gravity of the garment.
     
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    It’s good! But it breaths the spirit of comme. And it makes you wish there was a bit more of its own identity in there.
     
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    It took me an astonishingly long amount of time to understand why the clothes were shown upside down. I like how it interprets the idea of being "on your head" to disorganize conventional garments, with the buttons cascading downwards and the patterns all getting jumbled like a broken puzzle.
     

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