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Discussion in 'Designers and Collections' started by kasper!, Sep 15, 2009.
It's up at style.com,Mario Schwab's debut collecion for this house.
I was expecting so much more from him,... imho this looks like it couldve been done by anyone..
I love this collection. I love the layered dresses. The white one and the pink (i guess) one
Look one is the best. The purple gradient dress is hideous.
Marios Schwab isnt designing till Fall 2010 , this is just a inhouse hold over collection , hence the small presentation.
The model in the orange dress reminds me a little of Sandra Bullock. That is my only real thought on the collection, which says something.
haha, the purple gradient dress is the only one I like. Wow - who chose the black mannequins? It looks like they presented in Zara. I'm excited to see what Schwab will put out because this is crap. I mean, NOW is the time when you could pull anything from Halston and it would be on trend: grecian dress, jumpsuits, halter dresses, tube dresses, etc. but all of this looks frumpy and the black mannequins make it look cheap and interchangable with any high street store. Not worth the money they spent on the presentation.
Halston is a bit like Herve Leger... the aesthetic of both houses is so precise and well-known, that it leaves very little room for any kind of freshness to be added to either house. I don't think this Halston rebirth is a good idea. Vintage Halston is more inspired than any of the stuff that has been produced since the re-opening of the house.
It's almost like they don't know what to do with Halston, if that makes sense. Most designers (John Galliano, Nicholas Ghesquiere) go to a house and can put together looks that stay true to the aesthetic but don't compromise relavance. I sincerely hope Schwab can bring the Halston Grecian disco goddess into the new millinium with more style and grace.
Rachel Zoe heaven
Maybe they should have just waited for Schwab and skipped S/S
I really dislike this.
it's okay, it's not bad either, it's a lot more 'ready to wear' in literal sense
very weird collection.
Presenting neo-Halston on plastic mannequins like this makes me feel like I'm looking at a display in a department store that no-one's updated for several decades.
omg I'm loving it already