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Discussion in 'Designers and Collections' started by kimair, Mar 15, 2010.
all from wwd, starting with new york:
Wow, Dolce & Gabbana and Lanvin are mentioned by just about everyone in their category.
The buyer from Moscow has to be the most unimaginative of the bunch. Paris had so much more to offer. I'm not impressed with the buyers from Bloomingdale's and Neapolitan, either. I am glad to read Dries Van Noten, Junya Watanabe, and Haider Ackermann mentioned so many times, along with a couple of mentions for Ann Demeulemeester and Yohji Yamamoto. I do wish that there were more mentions of Kenzo, though. There was not even one of Antonio Marras's Milan collection (the best of the season, in my opinion). And no room for Sophia Kokosalaki? Nicole Fischelis and Linda Dresner are the buyers with the most vision.
The Milan report is basically worthless. Oh well, there isn't much to take away from Milan in the first place, anyway.
I'm glad Yohji and Junya were mentioned. Lanvin was pretty much obvious, that collection was one of the best and very wearable.
The Dolce collection will sell like nuts,since every buyer mentioned it!
I'm so happy about Roberto Cavalli and Pucci,because they are my top 1 and 3 collection of the season...still kinda not satisfied about Versace...why don't they want to support Donatella?
Very Glad Givenchy is again a hit!
Because that collection was absolutely dreadful. She was mentioned by quite a few buyers last season which was well deserved.
Very right . It started around FW 2006 when the buyers were starting to mention Versace frequently in a good way . But the latest collection was a step backwards, unfortunately .
Go Marc Go!