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Discussion in 'Designers and Collections' started by thejarc, Jun 28, 2010.
Loooove the transparent leather. Definitely one of the strongest this mens season.
do we really need this? how many labels are currently doing this nomad look? i was bored with it 3 years ago and i still am.
Nothing really new for BBS but I'd wear a lot of this stuff. The transparent stuff and vertical stripes (long sweater and trousers) are really interesting.
I'm tempted to agree here, but perhaps the consumer of said nomad-clothes is able to differentiate the brands better than an outsider like myself? This, Julius, and even some Rick Owens and the like are usually identical to me, so it seems like they could use some specialization. The nomad look isn't a bad one, but it seems like it's stuck in a rut and everyone's just piping out remixes of the same look every season.
There're some significant differences between these three. Boris usually works a lote with fabrics that wrap around the body. Further he only works with natural fabrics and loves to experience new ways of treating these fabrics.
Rick has this more Motocycle-orientated look. Many Biker-jackets with awesome boots paired with californian sportswear.
Julius is usually a lote darker than the others (but not this season). He has this really busy rock-star-style, which doesn't change a lot. Though he's not the most original one.
There're also Ann, Damir Doma, MA+, the Virdi-Anne and Agusta in this section which also have their distintive style.
He handles black and different shades of grays so exquisitely! I'm also captivated by the fabrics and especially textures. This is by far one of my favourite collections of this season and without a doubt my number one by Boris.
So far only thing I like from the collection is the tunics and those are basic and plus so many designers do them.
The last look is quite bizarre with the gold colours, but thats just me. I am trying to figure out what kind of fabric Boris used for those pieces.
leather treated with glycerine.
Cool thanks for that
does any place other than H lorenzo sell his line in the USA?
Raggy has been done too many times and I'm not too fond of it. But the scrunched up pieces are terrific.
Atelier New York does sell is line either
so boring.. I saw this colours a lot of times.. this look ..I am not into this
your statement indicates that you are not very familiar with these designers and their work. with this mentality you could group a ton womens designers into the same and say "do we really need this".
there is a big difference between Saberi and the labels mentioned in this thread. Saberi's garments are certainly recognizable, if not to everyone, to those who are interested in this type of menswear.
video of the presentation: http://scoute.org/blog/?p=595