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Discussion in 'Designers and Collections' started by TheoG, Sep 9, 2018.
Emmanuelle Alt going to have a field day with this one.
If anyone doesn’t believe in the strength of styling, this should change their mind...
Escada... i’m Very admirative of who ever runs the business because each time I’m passing in front of the Avenue Montaigne store, I wonder who buys it.
About the show: impressive cast and impressive exercise of style. Some cute pieces but seriously, the color palette, the cut of the jackets and all scream late 80’s early 90’s.
The weirdest thing about it is that no matter how irrelevant those pieces might be, the whole show looks very now.
As mentioned earlier, Emmanuelle Alt would eat that alive and I can also see that on the pages of Elle Italia.
It’s well executed but can it survive the 80’s revival?
Too stuck in the 80s, too close to the archives, too much of tacky fabrics so it is very Escada. I guess the job has been done.
No c'mon ... everything about this collection is incorrect.
Probably it´s the first time I open a Escada´s thread... Nice collection, great cast
Still not sure what to make of the new Escada. Yes, the styling looks great here, but where exactly will this brand fit in the current fashion constellation? The marketing strategy better be as solid as teflon, and no Gucci-quick gimmicks, please!
As for the actual collection, I like the new twist on classics. The belted blazers makes an excellent case for women to invest in them, and that's essentially how the hype will start. They just need one winning piece, and it looks like this is it.
looks like moschino cheap & chic from a few years ago
It is very 80's and the border between archives celebration and lazy work is very blurry here. However I found it quite refreshing to see very feminine silhouettes and styling while no one seems to want to get out the streetwear loop.