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Discussion in 'Designers and Collections' started by vogue28, Sep 11, 2018.
Im tired of this "romantic-bohemian-thrift-shop" thing on fashion? Yes I am, but here at least is not pretentious. What you see is what you get. So, good job (!).
Lol, Vevers' Coach reminds me so much of Michele's Gucci, maybe that's why I'm such a big fan of the current direction. It's a very defined vision, expanded differently each season.
I initially thought this collection was a bit heavy and dour for summer, but like it even more now. Especially with all the colour therapy going on with most of the other shows. This time around the romanticised prairie girl swathed with flashes of dirty pastels, light jumpers and semi-sheer fabrics. Perfect execution.
The men's line is a tad underwhelming, I'd have preferred that same pastel play reflected as well. As a result some of the women's look seem a bit dark merely to merge with the men's. But I'm a sucker for a gilet and shorts combo, and glad to see pyjama shirts will still be wearable nect summer!
There may be a visible disconnect between the women's and men's lines, but it's still a solid collection, I think.