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Discussion in 'Designers and Collections' started by j´adore dior, Jan 26, 2009.
Part 2, from Getty:
so beautiful! love the colors
Wow, I actually love this-- the last look in the second post reminds me of a very dominant dress-- it's strong and very couture to me.
The first post, the light pink dress looks like a rip off of a Rykiel show from before-- It's a little too much like it.
God I love this, the best couture show I have seen yet this morning. The orange dress is a little odd but I really like everything else. Bravo!
The color of the first dress is cute
There is a whole lot of tacky in the first few pictures but I'm staying open-minded until I see more. The fabric really doesn't work very well for some of these shapes though.
what is this???
The second picture from the second post....LANVIN???...seriously
have to see more.. but the colors are kinda nice!
Full collection all from catwalking.
Was too busy looking at that last dress to realize it was her wearing it.
The last 3 gowns were the strongest looks. Some of the earlier pieces looked weighed down with all the accents.
I see a little Lanvin inspiration in some dresses too but overall is pretty nice!
The construction of the pink mini leaves a little to be desired for. IMO, the last dress is the strongest point of the collection. I wonder if there's any starlets out there daring enough to wear this to a red carpet event, maybe the Oscars.
I think it would suit Keira Knightley best
THAT WAS MY FIRST THOUGHT TOO! OMG! AN ANTM GIRL DOING COUTURE!
and..... i see lots of other designers in this... Armani Prive, Saab, Lanvin.... but i really really really like this look http://i43.tinypic.com/28koit2.jpg
Eww, haute couture stuck in a rut. Why is it puffy? And why are the colors so nasty?
adding to that, ungaro.
i quite like this collection. especially the orange mini dress with black ribbon across. beautiful color, silhouette...gorgeous!!!
I don't like this. The lilacs are gag.
It's ok. The shoes make the collection look perfect for the likes of a Rock Climbing Couture editorial.