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Discussion in 'Designers and Collections' started by apriliciate, Sep 29, 2010.
some of collection;
the rest now upload on:
I feel like I've seen it all before
LOVE his stuff. I've been waiting for this one!
I get the same feeling.
^ because you have :b
Practically everywhere this season
I need to see more.
This would be such a great collection if we hadn't already seen this all before and better. I like the clothes but it really feels like "take a bit from here, take a bit from somewhere else and voila, new collection!"
www.nowfashion.com I hope the images work ok, I've been having trouble all morning
The shoes look very Givenchy.
^ I think the whole look and styling is very Givenchy.
well im not very impressed
i enjoyed last season because t least some of it was
flowers are everywhere but hakaan.congrats to Turkish fashion designer.I hope to see more inspiration like he does in Istanbul fashion Week.
i agree ! but nice
what is so special about this brand..
Having caused a stir in London last season it feels right Yildirim should show in Paris.
I can't actually recall a visual impression of last season's collection but looking back at my notes I characterised it as minimalist gothic bodycon moving between tailoring and sportswear.
That he can fuse so many motifs and do it with such simplicity really is testament to how talented a designer he is. And he's even managed to conjuer up a nod to a 70's inspired silhouette layered on top of everything else this season.
So what's not to like. His work sort of feels at the centre of everything right now, at the confluence of all the right trends and emininently wearable. It's almost as if if you had to define the fashionable right now you might point to Hakaan. Maybe.
The only thing is, because his work is so quiet and subtle, not only does it not pull up any trees in terms of original statement making, I've already almost forgotten what it was I saw this season let alone last.
It's so at the intersection of everything else that it's everything and nothing all at the same time but I quite like that.
what is so special is its simplicity combined with the ultimate elegance
it´s really very similar to givenchy. so not very innovative. do we need another one?