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Discussion in 'Designers and Collections' started by nqth, Jul 3, 2004.
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This is cute
Well,I certainly think this is better than any of the previous attempts. Its great to see his menswear a bit more in stride with his women's collections. However,the only thing that does it for me is that b&w check jacket. It reminds me a bit of kitschy golf attire.
The bold check theme reminds me of CdG H+ a few seasons ago. A surprising interpretation of "volumn" It could look "normal" without the trousers I think.
ok, that's it guys, just lost hope on Bernhard , he's getting more
ridiculous season after season bye bye sweety
thanks for the photos and the topic ngth
ghetto romper ( room )
Looks silly to me. The idea of gauchos for men I like, but not the way he's doing them.
I really like his stuff and I like this collection. But god damn that is just too freakin hard to wear! You have to be master stylist to work that sh*t!
I don't think it has anything to do with gauchos. Looks more like a combination of Scottish golf trousers and clown costume. But yes,these pieces would be difficult to wear.
Must say,its nice not to see so much sweatshirt shapes and trousers in this mix.
Correction:that would be a shirt not jacket.
I think It's absolutly hilarious! Although I doubt he'll sell much of it
is there somewhere in the world where men (or women for that matter) actually dress like this? i'm completely baffled by this collection, i just wonder what could have possibly inspired him to do something like this?
Reminds me of what alot of students would do... looks ugly.
i was thinking the same thing...
it's actually well executed and fairly unique...but it's too silly to wear ...it's like asking for trouble...
oh well... B)
I should guess the inspiration for that collection came from these kind of workwear & vernacular bad boy styles.
woah...i've never seen anything like that before...
it's actually much cooler than the clown suits on wilhelm's ruunway...
they are not only delinquent boys but also great steeplejacks.
what is a steeplejack?...
scaffolding builder (?)
construction workers dress like that in japan?...!?!?