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Discussion in 'Designers and Collections' started by vogue28, Feb 18, 2019.
this is brilliant.
it's great to see clothing that's more streamlined, more fitted, more minimal after so much excess and volume in many of the other collections.
It's quite beautiful. Lovely construction and use of materials.
this is really great. I'd wear everything. He's always been one of my favorite designers and it's sad how it all fell apart for him, but this is my fav collection of his in years
sorry how did it fall apart? I didn't follow him closely...
I'm so tired of the oversized looks that I'm filled with joy after seeing this collection.
Well he had a lot of financial issues with his label(s), bankruptcy, etc. This brand is really ''small'' compared to what he could do (look at any of early 2000s / 90s collections!) but never really found financers / commercial success.
What a beautifully streamlined collection.
Chalayan produced his collection in liscense with various partners over the years, beginning with Gibo (Onward) in the early 2000s, later on selling a minority stake to Kering at the time he was global artistic director of Puma (which he bought back after this collaboration ended) and later producing his collection with Pier s.r.l. - Early last year, a new investor bought a 20% minority stake in his company, you can read it here:
Hussein Chalayan sells minority stake to Centricus
Thank you Mistress and Tricot!
I love this...
good to see him put out such a strong collection...
pleasantly surprised and absolutely thrilled to see him in such good form...