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Discussion in 'Designers and Collections' started by MagFan, Feb 20, 2009.
Looks relatively nice.
Not a fan of the Buddah print.
the hair and make up are awful, as well as are the leather pants!
a lot of transparency... I dont know what to think yet.. but I like some pieces..
i believe he is considered a couturier isn't he?
just not in the "list" for haute couture
^Well, he was the first american designer to be invited by la chambre syndicale de la couture to show in Paris since Mainbocher so he is pretty much a couturier
There is a gorgeous chinchilla jacket on this show, by far my favourite piece.
Here it is:
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has that stripey look you posted in another thread also
boy i really hope someday i'll get a chance to run my hands over chinchilla
I've really grown to appreciate Ralph Rucci's work these last couple of years. It's never anything new, or even that exiting, but he is insanely good at what he does. And having finally seen a few pieces of his for myself I can say that the details are incredible.
He actually is recognized as a couturier by the Chambre Syndicale, like j'adore dior said. And he's been presenting his couture collections with his ready to wear for the last few years.
That transparent trapeze gown with the ostrich feathers is absolutely stunning from the side, where all you see is a cloud of fabric and then the slim figure underneath. That's probably one of the sexiest things he's ever made.
Hahahahaha! I´m sure you will!! but be prepared not to feel a thing because it is like touching powder .
This design in particular is gorgeous, he always make great shapes with that particular fur, sort of cocoonish silhouettes, from the back you can appreciate the shape of the sleeves and I think it works so perfectly well in fur.
needless to say if only I was a rich girl...