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Discussion in 'Designers and Collections' started by Scott, Mar 5, 2004.
Another first glimpse but sadly I'm not impressed by these images. Too plain
And for Chalayan plain doesn't sound right
This is probably the most interesting of the set
Looks good, although you are right, a bit plain for him.
his fabrics are so plain, it hurt
anyway, i LOVE the third look (grey V-neck)
but yes, it's not very Chalayan..
mind you, while in Paris,
i've found out he's already following the new marketing 'trend'
which is => the show has little to do with the 'real' collection
that hits the stores.
i'm in with the grey knit dress!!!!!!!!
how sad...does this mean it won't be in stores, just on the runway? this looks like a very saleable collection...i would think it would be very similar to what goes to the stores...
on the contrary, runway includes just a sample of what will be in store next season.. runway pieces are always on sale when the season comes
i saw pieces from Chalayan, Marni & Prada that were not on they ss04 runways
being on display at Colette, we were talking with mehg about this the other day.
its a new 'italian' tric so that part of the collections do not get copyed
oh....gotcha...i think prada's been doing that for awhile now...my friend used to work there and she told me about it...that's a good idea, actually!!!
and i'm happy because it means they will have even more of hussein's beautiful things available...
That's a fabulous idea,Lena! I love that and boy how everybody copies Hussein.
I hope what's in shop is better than this. Its okay for ease but one expects more from him
here's some more...i this
puffed out skirts... i must add that to my trendspotting...
this last grey one is very cute
This dress is pretty, but not very memorable.
these kind of coats seem all over the place no?
not bad hmm
Boring - could be anyone
the grey dress with the deep v neck, so nice!
Personally I like the "plainness" feels fresh to me after all the prints
It liek modern pesant clotehs for the urban world