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Discussion in 'Designers and Collections' started by vogue28, Sep 15, 2018.
Lots of McQueen references here...
Hot Topic Couture.
What a throwback...
I find this quite embarrassing to be honest.
For some reasons, while looking at this, i started to remember that at first i really didn't like McQueen earliest collections. They were very entertaining but the clothes were very sloppy and it wasn't until he started Givenchy that i really started to enjoy his work...
So, back to this. There's really nothing to talk about...Or maybe this is a reminder of the fact that Alexander McQueen the brand has failed to keep the spirit of the founder.
This looks like a caricature.
I've always said it: To me, the only heir of McQueen in London is Giles Deacon because he can cut.
The cut of the shoulders in this show is an insult!
This looks like a graduate show and if the geometric printed stuff is OK.
This is Avant-Garde for dummies, something you could expect to see on Project Runway and to roasted by Nina Garcia.
Come on Gareth, you're supposed to be better than that.
^You just said everything I thought while scrolling through this: fashion-student-show worthy, poorly constructed and lazily imagined. I might add that the drape on those kimono sleeves is just laughable, they look so twisted and tortured.
^^ Echoing what you said.
Not even my retired, inner Goth can bring herself to like this.
I've seen this collection better executed one hundred times before.
I saw the show live on Instagram.
Entertaining because i don't see any commercial piece in the whole collection.
But this show was an homage an Judy Blame and honestly, i liked it.
And , sincerely, some pieces i would like to have in my wardrobe.
he's got chutzpah anyhow!