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Discussion in 'Designers and Collections' started by matheus_s, Apr 13, 2021.
in fact better than what I expected
at least no orientalism no sense
then the designs....nothing innovated but you can imagine how many female idol groups' stylists are calling dior now ....
Actually this is the Pre-fall 2021 collection. They starting to sell it now, that why they stage this show.
I like this collection, because I always like disco. It's fun with the Andy Warhol Studio 54 elements.
With this and the Fendi Couture show also in Shanghai, LVMH is going to the max to milking their Chinese clients.
There's no orientalism because this collection wasn't designed with the Shanghai show in mind. I wouldn't expect any evolution from MGC and I'm 100% sure that she would have produced something offensively literal if she had known about this show during the process.
At least with this show we had a chance to see the clothes clearly, because the lookbook was pretty tragic. However, had we missed anything back then? I don't think so. At least H&M must be really happy with this collection.
Maybe she secretly wants to do a collab with H&M? Lol
But I can already see there at Zara and H&M
Another MGC nightmare! She really hits a new low this time with this basic collection.
Putting the Dior logo over generic clothes feels as if Aliexpress staged a show with all the fake items they sell online...looks very cheap!
At this point it’s irrelevant to comment on. Even the setting sucks. This isn’t fashion anymore it’s just clothes. But if this is what the market wants? Then they deserve it.
Another useless show during pandemic times. Sometimes it's very easy to hate fashion.
I can't build one positive thought about this collection.
And where's the diversity?
Same shapes since 2016
Juvenile and trend-chasing, the shapes are so lazy, there's not even one interestingly cut coat or jacket in this dull procession.
How I miss the days of Ferré, those were clothes for women, not children.
It's insulting. I never thought that one day Dior would look like Tommy Hilfiger. And what's worse, it seems there's no way back. MGC stuff sells really well so any creative after her will probably be required to design collections just as commercial and profitable.
Absolutely agree. Ferré was a genius. His work for Dior remains unmatched.
Maria Disgrazia reached the bottom, and yet she keeps falling.
that anorak is the worst thing to happen to dior since MGC... I think they have produced it for like 5 seasons atp?
was this collection even necessary?? at this point it feels like releasing clothes for just the sake of it (and to make money of course).
I will try to say something positive....the colors are wonderful.