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Discussion in 'Designers and Collections' started by Dreamer, Mar 3, 2004.
that would be interesting...i'd love to see him do some womenswear...
I think we all know that already, but thanks for the reminder. And just exactly what does that achieve, showing bizarre junk on the runway that nobody is going to buy or want to wear, and then filling the store racks with a bunch of completely unrelated designs? Isn't the whole point of a fashion show to give the trade and consumers a sneak preview of what is actually on offer in the stores for the upcoming season? Some people will surely scream "don't you get it? It's for PR and media attention!", well then I'd say this is a truly unconstructive, wasteful, and redundant practice. With other companies fashion is partially about pursuing genuinely good designs, and bringing them to the market. With LVMH, Dior in particular, it's all aboug generating hype among the media, and chanelling it into sales of tacky logoed handbags and slogan tees. [/b][/quote]
hey...i was gonna say that!!! thanks for saving me the trouble..how do you do?!?! nice to make your aquaintance...
i would love to see all the jadore dior whores try that on
it snacks of old viktor and rolf somehow...huge shoulders, tiny heads...
Hi softgrey Great minds think alike
And Lena thanks for the warm welcome! I've been on board a while now
this is absolutely adsurd!
this is NOT A FASHION SHOW........this is a COSTUME SHOW
A few too many:
i would love to see all the jadore dior whores try that on [/b][/quote]
the problem with the j'adore dior t-shirts was that they came up too cheap, anyone could suddenly afford one, as if it made any difference
that would be interesting...i'd love to see him do some womenswear... [/b][/quote]
absolutely, i actually think he could be quite good,
women love his collections and he has special tailored
'womens' sizes for some Dior Homme
from Guardian uk
that's one of my personal pet peeves...
that's one of my personal pet peeves... [/quote]
I know....he's just begging for a good round of b*tch-slapping one of these days with that smarmy pout. He must have some special appearance-enhancing mirror at the Dior studio, or else why does he think he actually looks good, or even, *GASP* sexy, with that bitching pout of his?
Call me a J'Adore Dior wh*re, but I am standing by Galliano all of the way.
He's always done outlandish things like this, and then comes out with gorgeous wearable pieces for the boutiques.... and I am really anticipating seeing them.
The accessories in the collection were very nice, but I'm not too sure how I feel about the rockabilly influence. I was really expecting Egypt and was looking forward to seeing commercially-available scarab trinkets.
I even read somewhere that John had a special sphynx fabric printed for the RTW
I'm going to be getting these:
and the socks, too, of course.
VIVE L'DIOR ET GALLIANO!!!!
Oh My Brian
Oy vey... [/b][/quote]
That's actually what im sporting now