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Discussion in 'Designers and Collections' started by Fashionstuff, May 31, 2018.
Gucci Cruise 2019.
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To think that back in 2005 I thought Dior's 60-look shows were too long.
Great set but HORRIBLE clothes, is he just going to keep recycling the same kind of looks. Cohesion and editing are words Michelle needs to understand and embrace.
Like a never-ending factory of clothes. Piles and piles of clothes. Tons of clothes.
But no design here. As usual.
We are all trashing Demna and Virgi but what about Alessandro? He is so lazy. He copied many designers (including truly talented and iconic ones like Lacroix) and somehow managed to get away with it.
The collection was boring. Just tons of ugly, try hard clothes. There is nothing new. It looks like they take few looks from every collection and send them down the runway.
Frida was the best. She understood that this brand is about elegance and luxury. She designed for women not for insta, cool at any cost girls.
I bought few r-t-W and they are perfect tailored.
On the runway maybe looks like little bit overloaded but in realy life Michele's Gucci is simply great. Every piece is an artwork and every piece is perfect tailored.
He did it again!
Great set and gorgeous collection!
I find it tiring to criticize this as we already know well before the show what it's gonna be like and that for every person rightfully claiming that it is a pile of flatly designed merchandise, there will be at least double the amount of insta-kids jumping in to buy it up.
On a side note, I can still laugh hard about the on-purpose ugly hairdos and the nerd glasses, thinking that nobody wants to look like that, unlike when Tom Ford's gorgeous Gucci goddesses exuded sensuality on his runway shows.
Finally! It was worth the wait. LOVE the set! I'm always a bit worried when his resort collections are this expansive. But I must say the menswear is a bit underwhelming this time around, the womens line however looks superb! Some really creative pieces. And I'm glad that he's using a few recurrent motifs just to establish his direction as something more than thrift-store chic - the vintage suits with piping, flowing floor-length dresses, ornate detailing.
Michele never disappoints. Easily one of the contemporary designers who at least try to imbue some excitement into fashion. His campaigns, his collections, the attention to detail... At least give him that. Tom Ford employed sex to sell his clothes, and Michele nerd culture. Both directions sold and dominated the cultural sphere. I don't see why one should continuously be put down in order to plump up the other.
Maybe what put a lot of people off is the runway depiction. These pieces are not to be worn or even regarded only within the runway scope. It looks so much better in person, as separates. It's also unfortunate that magazine stylists have such tunnel vision when dealing with Gucci.
I'm starting to wonder if i didn't have too much faith and hope for Alessandro.
Believe it or not, i don't expect every Gucci collection to look the same because in my mind, Alessandro has the talent to really refresh his aesthetic.
I feel like Gucci is the real place where the show take away the attention from the clothes. To be honest, this is a great show for such underwhelming clothes and i'm not talking about if it selling or not because we know that it is selling. I want fashion and i have certain expectations from designers.
He is a one trick pony at this point and it is sad because i've somehow liked his work. I'm a bit tired of that vintage-mess...
This just looks like a pile of stuff ready to be sold. He is presenting his collection in Arles and yet, nothing about it evoke the spirit of the place. The clothes are the same and he can basically present them anywhere.
At least MGC (who is less talented than him) tries to adapt her prints to the various locations.
I'm a bit tired/annoyed by the overt-commercialism of Kering brands as of late. The fact that Gucci is presenting at PFW for the S/S season is another proof of that. It's all about powerplay and competting with Vuitton and Chanel.
And i must say that i'm starting to find Gucci tacky in a bad way.
As for the clothes, i like look 16 and 28, the big black sunglasses (very Lanvin from the Alber era) and the menswear, even if it's very Hedi Slimane for Saint Laurent S/S 2016.
I like Alessandro but i'm bored. Most disappointing resort collection this season.
Michele will make a show in the day between MFW and PFW.
Ok, it will be only one show,season collection, than the show will be back to MFW.
Sincerely, i am not sure that it is really good to do show in this timimg and between two FW. I would like to see him in the first day of MFW. But the third part of collections, hommage to France.
In Arles is was great, set, mood, music and clothes. He nailed it.
Maybe little bit too much looks, 114 looks, really big collection.
I think there are many beautiful pieces.
See, F/W 18 was not so big and the show was "sterile-alike" and i'm not sure if his "fans- cunstomers-followers, call how you want, really liked it, so he did what everybody want to see, big collection, gorgeous show, perfect scenestry , eveerything top.
It is a big different between Pleins Cruise and Michele's Cruise.
First what i thought about, hell, i want see Michele's Gucci and i ready to spend my money for his Gucci but i'm not going to buy any Plein item. And he also repeat with same what his customers like and buy , if they would find something, because there were only disco-party looks for sexy wannabees. His show was really lazy and Cruise simply to show he is there.