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Discussion in 'Designers and Collections' started by vogue28, Nov 17, 2020.
I couldn’t care less.
I have to agree. Never liked this "aesthetic" and never will. And with each collection I dislike it more.
The first dress and the pastel one are amazing, very sensual in their own ways. The rest is same old, although I must applaud Gucci for coming up with the creative presentation each season.
The only "positive" thing is that, for the very first time, Alessandro has produced a short collection.
It still is as mediocre and lazy as usual; but now you don´t have to spend more time than necessary to check the whole mess.
Can we just get a normal lookbook, check it, consider it as usual (dated, repetitive, unimaginative , overintellectualised and boring) and get on with our lives?
It is sooooo tiring to see these gimmicks, this trying-to-hard-because-papa-Pinault-loves- us-attitude...
I wouldn't bet on it. It's just that Michele's SS collection, instead of being shown in one go, will be displayed in a series of short movies by Gus Van Sant.
What would this man be without his 70's paraphernalia, freakish casting and Queer politics mumbo-jumbo in the background?
I didn´t know this! Well, then the mess will be episodic.
The presentation really elevated or creates attention to a very basic, boutique ready collection. There’s nothing to write about the clothes...That’s maybe why he decided to have artists involved for the presentation.
The best look is the opening look from his first women's collection. Unfortunately it really shows how much he has changed since then and not for the better.
The way they shot this really does no favours to the collection.
Alessandro is totally unable to understand the concept of "new".
There's nothing to talk about. I'd go even further and say that his collections have never been meant to be talked about and analysed in any context. He's been producing stuff and throwing it on the runway or in a lookbook, but it's always too eclectic to even call it a collection. What's particularly interesting with this project is not the concept itself, but the fact that Alessandro is using the looks from his very first womenswear show and they're still the strongest here.
Alessandro has been a pioneer in the fashion industry. He has succesfully introduced the concept of "laziness" as a new way of design for the masses.
I was really hoping that maybe after the financial crisis of 2020 that Gucci would return to an appreciation of classic design over retro. Nope. Still suck between 1968 and 1975.
1968 to 1975 are phenomenal moments of fashion, Alessandro is just poorly interpreting them!
That's because they've been milking that era for far too long. While that era is good, the throwback is getting especially tired.
Reissuing looks from the first collection already? Not a good look.