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Discussion in 'Designers and Collections' started by Rosalinde, Oct 4, 2010.
Dare I say it, but this this worse than Lindsay Lohan's debut. At least in that collection we saw a little bit of Ungaro. I see no Ungaro in this, only Giles (he is the new designer right?) and Katie Grand.
Some of the work wear, the suits & jackets, are pretty nice!
This is all over the place ,there is no clear direction.The modelcasting suggests they werent taking this seriously.
^ Sorry but what does that mean? Please explain
I like it. I think it's way better than the Lindsay collection.
Its a joke, its two brits katie and giles having fun with their idea of a french label/woman I agree with what helmut.newton says for me its as bad as the lindsay lohan/archs collaboration. this collection has no depth it feels and looks like LFW show.
I dunno, I kinda like it. I can't believe some people think it's worse than Lindsay's crap. This collection at least has mood in it. And it has a little Ungaro-ness to it.
looks precious and couture
Precious Couture?? i guess you have never seen couture in real to call this couture.
Come on, this is better than Lindsay and Estrella or no?
Couture is too much!
lol couture, that's a good one.
Better than expected and very Ungaro. Everything the label represents is there, imo.
The Deacon´s Ungaro will SO be the new Valentino, imo.
^ Don't say that. Next someone will compare him to Frida.
Actually, not as bad as expecting, Giles seems to have reigned himself in a little, although he is capable of good, non-gimmicky work! And this is not to my taste at all so I find it hard to judge but I personally prefer it to Archs' last collection for Ungaro, at least the clothes fit...still not convinced they should keep Ungaro going though. I suppose if Giles collection sells they will regardless of anything else.
the poor label really has to suffer a lot....
A damn mess...
Background reminds me of 2-3 previous season of Dior Couture
This seems to be very close to Ungaro actually. Especially the lace pieces.
I don't see anything intrinsically Ungaro about this collection. Ungaro was known for three things; bold colour combinations, mixing printed patterns together and above all, he was a master at drape. On top of that, he managed to combine all three into a very feminine and sensual vision.
What Giles and Katie have given us is a humorous take on the Ungaro legacy, yet it does not translate in the way that his own collection would. This humour translates into something more farcical and almost insulting to the House of Ungaro. I, for one, am not laughing at this joke of a collection. It's also a shame that we will have to suffer through this collection in Love Magazine and everywhere else that Giles and Katie are connected to.
I think, in retrospect, Peter Dundas was the most successful designer for Ungaro. Sure, his collections weren't perfect, but they were as close to modern and relevant as Ungaro could possibly get given their ownership and mismanagement.