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Discussion in 'Designers and Collections' started by vogue28, Jul 2, 2018.
She is stucked with the same design since forever, but it's a really beautiful collection.
Just stunning! The headpieces are amazing.
I wish she would try more with her collections, there are so many ways to incorporate 3d printing technology into garment design that she doesn't have to keep doing the same five looks. This is pretty, but it lacks imagination, and the wow factor that her work previously had.
I opened this thread with a vague sense of monotony, but paused at the first three looks! It had me excited, and held so much promise. Little did I know that was it....
I'm a huge fan or Iris, but for once I hoped she would balance her looks out with more wearable fragments. A touch of MGC's realism could do so much for this collection.
Loved it, as always, but I will remember this next month?
that blue dress is, OMG, just divine
Even if I think that the possibilities are very limited with her, I really like it!
The blue dress and it pink or peach version are stunning.
I don’t care for the 3 last looks.
I actually think it's not, Lola. The first three looks prove that if she's clever, and perhaps more creative, enough, she could easily incorporate day wear essentials with her 3D brilliance. There's very often this gap with couture collections, it's either too wearable and therefore almost basic to the extent that you wonder what exactly, aside from the material and craftsmanship, would render it as couture. Or in Iris' case, it's too literal. A nice balance between the two could do wonders for the contemporary couture consumer who won't necessarily veer towards Galliano type theatrics.
It looks beautiful but I agree with you guys, it's too repetitive. It is like the same dress is long, short, and then the same thing but in different colors.