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Discussion in 'Designers and Collections' started by Mr-Dale, Jul 13, 2004.
From the NY Times 11th of July, by Cathy Horyn:
Good article, I'll say....
i like waht she said about chanel...my friend and i were saying that the clothes would be ok if you took it apart...that it looked to heavily layered...byt now i see that that was the whole idea...leave uit to my beauty amanda harlech...
still not sure i liked the effect... but at least it was original and creative...
AND VERY COMMERCIAL...the most wearable (read saleable) collection of couture week...no wonder chanel couture is thriving...along with everything else chanel...
Every article and pic is stolen here so that's old news
so funny that karl lagerfeld says that people like funerals and that's why they are pronouncing couture dead...i agree though...it's much more dramatic and effective to create a crisis than to try to slowly move a status quo.
i dont think versace ment it this way
to put the record straight, nothing is 'stolen' when put on tFS
much more since we always either mention scources or posting original links
we are a pretty smart publicity for all our reliable and valueable scources
i've found this article a bit boring,
had a very quick look at Chanel (which i've found flat)
noe i guess i need to take my time for this second
chanel couture look
Excelent points by Ms. Horyn. I totally agree with her when she says that with designers like Lagerfeld, Galliano and Lacroix, couture is far from dying. It seems that more then ever, that oh so tiny handful of designers is drawing in so much attention, and with all that attention, how could something die?
No i didnt mean literally stealing geeezz.. settle down peeps.. i just meant that i showed Mr.Dale that article and didnt post it here on TFS first.. but i dont really care coz i wouldnt of neway.. i was just joking round.. stress less people!