Iceberg S/S 2019 Milan

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    If they don´t print "ICEBERG" on every single garment and accessory, then they are not happy...
     
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    It's me or italian designers are obsessed with logomania since the past seasons ?
     
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    Hmm
    Iceberg is trying to have some of the sparkle of their 90’s heydays back?
    A bit too late with this kind of collection....

    You came after the war.
     
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    It's too comical to see these relic brands like Iceberg and True Religion court millenials. The directive is so obvious. Logos, streetwear aesthetics, ugly footwear, shoelaces as belts.

    As an athleisure consumer I can see myself in the men's tops with asymmetrical zipper detail, and definitely the last 11th look. But beyond that it's rather soulless, like a London designer who sold his soul to a big corporation.
     

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