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Discussion in 'Designers and Collections' started by vogue28, Mar 2, 2019.
This is her first good collection... but still nothing groundbreaking for a brand such as Hermès.
Nothing innovative. But I still like it a lot. It’s a typical Hermes collection. Super clean and sleek. And of course everything looks quite expensive.
And I’m dying for these shoes with leather shorts and sheer tights! Waiting for their Zara version.
It´s much better than her previous collections, this time it doesn´t look like a big grey mass.
There are some looks which are quite modern (for a classic brand like this one).
And I specially like the design of the patch pockets here. Very streamlined!
Oh wow this is dreadful.
Why. Are. People. Still. Making. Those. Weird. Bomber. Jackets.
Wrong market for this, she's killing their identity, I think she'll be toast before too long.
Kind of reminds me of F/W 2010 collection by Jean Paul Gaultier, but in a more subdued way.
Nadege's collections are so 2D, uninspiring and unattractive. The menswear is better, Véronique probably will be a better womenswear designer than Nadege. Hermes is a top luxury brand and should have a designer who designs attractive top luxury clothes. By throwing in some leathers etc. isn't making this house the best unfortunately. This can be so much better.
Even by just looking at the pics of the collection I smell status and money.
As usual, terrible.
I would rather see normal clothes than this....Like a leather trench-coat with a blue cotton shirt and a pair of Japanese denim pant.
Like @Nymphaea said, Veronique would be better. She is very chic herself...
Not really shocked that it turned out to be so boring.
I am tripping over the Constance-esque fanny pack.
Not dread just depressing. We're progressing.
When I watched the show I had a kind of deja vu here... remains me to miu miu resort or something like that somewhere there in 2008-2009...
All mix with how the show looked like I don’t know.... the girls, the asthmatics , behaviour of the actitudes while walking... music