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Discussion in 'Designers and Collections' started by ebowleg, Jul 5, 2004.
It looked GREAT...
For me, it's generally more New York style meets Italian slick... A good mix of John Varvatos and Hugo Boss
looks very well-made , a bit classic but for those who like quality and 'timeless' it's a new choice
thanks for the photos h-bazaar
Thanks for the photos h bazaar...I'm loving the rest of this collection...
The pleasures all mine...
Here is a pic from the after-party...
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I think I've got it this time...
Perfect for Givency! I love it for what it is - classic, elegant, yet nice subtle touches, enough not to make it look ordinary. Very sharp tailoring. I am actually going to go to a Givency store for the first time when the collection gets there.
I love it! It's so much better than the prissy boy collections some of the other designers did. It's nice to see men look like men.
Yes yes yes!
so classic yet wholly modern. i mean there was never any doubt that mr. boateng could cut a jacket but that ensemble on will is
(such a great alternative to the dolce and gabbana look)
faust , mike and stylegurrl...you said it all...
masculine clothing sharply and expertly cut...classic, yet modern...but what else would one expect from boateng?!?!... and he has a woonderful sense of colour...his very own perspective...
the casting was brilliant...and isn't it nice to have someone of colour on the fashion scene?!?!... B)
I agree 100 percent. His business has bounced back and he has added bridge lines as well.
He almost fell apart a few years ago. Way to go Bro!!!!!
HB, Thanks for the added photos!!!!!
SG, you already know.........
good article...thanks for posting runner...i think we'll be hearing more from this one...
you're welcome softgrey
his stuff is cool. sometimes he might miss the mark though.
I don't know. It was a great collection on many counts, but it lacked a certain something for me. Maybe I've just read too much hype over his Givenchy debut and expected something more. Everyone is saying that this is the man that will save the house of Givenchy but none of this stuff strikes me as absolutely outstanding.
That said, there's always room for precision tailoring and exquisite Saville Row style.