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Discussion in 'Designers and Collections' started by lucy92, Oct 27, 2010.
quite light and easy for marjan. still good though. proves how versatile he really is as a designer.
i had always assumed since bjork's "swan dress" that marjan was a woman! his collections always represented a feminine perspective to me - very wearable.
here are some of my favourites (fashionsnap)
I want it and I want it all .. can you get it outside Japan?
He has very femenine approach and I love ... collections like this makes me wonder what wud he do for labels like Pucci
I know, I need to remind myself that Marjan and Junya are in fact male every time I'm going to write anything on their work. Both names are female-sounding where I live.
I like this, but yeah, it's a bit unexpected for Marjan.. grownup as it is restrained and very commercial.. I would love to get my hands on some of these shirts, because they're easy to love and partly for support too, but ultimately I can't help but wonder how outstanding is this really..
i have removed marjan's name from the title. runner told me that dresscamp is now designed by someone named shinichi hosokawa.
oh marjan is no longer at the helm? wow i missed that news. he wasn't there for very long,looks like.
i knew it seemed a little different for marjan.
dresscamp is designed by a team now, which is why you'll find it to have lost its magic the past two seasons. flamboyance is out, commercialism is in...