Iceberg F/W 2019.20 Milan

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  1. vogue28

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    An iceberg waiting for the Titanic to come and get drown together. It´s like a lite version of Desigual; but with expensive prices.
     
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    Cluttered, messy, cheap, pandering! Jeremy Scott meets Akris meets random London designer, but none of it is Iceberg.
    Last collection wasn't that bad because it relied too heavily on the streetstyle wave. This time it's slightly better, but not evolved enough.
     

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