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Discussion in 'Designers and Collections' started by vogue28, Mar 5, 2021.
Omg, i love Isabel
I see some of the Vuitton parkas and knitwear from fall 2020 in there...
Look 2 and 8 are refreshing for IM. The rest is the usual expected thing.
most of it was bad-baggy, ill-fitted and matronal.
a couple of nice pieces but as whole, not that strong this time.
love the way the video was shot but the collection felt a bit strange in that location, there are not that many strong pieces sadly
Not very special, there are thousand of instagram accounts selling those awful early 90s jackets for at least 10 times less than what Isabel will charge for them, Vuitton's at least had some more sophisticated construction.
On the upside there are no mexican patterns so the media in my country won't portray her as the devil incarnate...for the 4th time, I believe.
It’s not her strongest collection, she is good at Fw but this is a little same old, same old....there are some looks that shows something new but in general it’s what we expect.
There is one look of Rebecca i think it’s not on the pictures...there are the details on Vogue Runway app but not the complete look..shame cause it looks good.
The floral pieces reminded me of Saint Laurent FW 2018. The outerwears look like LV but easier to wear. The rest is nothing special, at least there is no oversized knitwears this season
Almost similar to her usual collections but still beautiful and easy to wear
light and wearable, love it
Zero evolution from her in the past 10 years, all her collections boringly bleed into the next. It's one thing to have a certain aesthetic, it's another thing to have zero growth or anything new to say.
This is the missing look that i was talking about..
Claude Montana should get royalties from Isabel Marant, she has ruthlessly used his style and designs in her collections lol, the problem is she never evolves as Heatheranne mentioned, though it is very much in the vein of what Montana did in the early mid-80s, blouson coats, dolman dresses, exaggerated shouldered dresses. Though I will admit some of the pieces here are nice and will sell well.
^Yes, definitely, although I'm suffering from Baader-Meinhof effect, I see him everywhere now.
Maybe one day she'll re-discover his Lanvin years and start offering pastel satin mini-dresses with assymetrical hems, that'd be a new one.