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Discussion in 'Designers and Collections' started by runner, Jul 8, 2004.
I don't like it
Thanks for posting the pics, runner!
I'm a huge fan of Schonberger and this is a bit of a mixed bag for me. I like most of the Asian (karate?)-inspired pieces, but some of the shapelessness and bagginess is a bit too much.
On the other hand this blazer is absolutely exquisite. Normally I *hate* peak lapels but I'd glad make this one an exception:
you are welcome Orochian
Not feeling it.
I love it. Wonderful and unique as usual. I especially like the first image. And I LOVE when something romantic is done in a masculine way, like the butterflies in this collection. I agree with Orochian on the baginess (for myself) - but I think it will look good on a certain frame. I wish i could see the whole collection.
i liek ti , nice miz of sort of asain style and neons
i really liked the word combo datura used describing lv this season - masculine vulnerability. but i think it applies here much better than for what mark + olivier do for lv. (i can't help sensing this nazi\greek perfectionism base to the looks they are putting out and for some reason the same goes for once so fragile images vanderperre produces)
couldn't agree more with faust on this one. but feel like a little "fanoftheunderdog" lable wh*re. dior homme started to put me off i'm just blind to the subtleties in those big collections.
I quite like alot of this. Dirk is a true master at menswear. Especially keen on those romantic elements and his sublime,armour-like tailoring of course.
Coco*,"fanoftheunderdog"....certainly not the only one
my fave together with this here
i didnt mind the asian costume influeneces either,
season after season, Dirk S. never dissapoints me.
thanks for the topic & the pictures
forgot to add this
and that his choice /use of green is simply genious