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Discussion in 'Designers and Collections' started by The.Rock.Inc., Feb 13, 2009.
Love the collection, I for one would buy all of the pieces and wear them our for a casual across downtown.
Its a lovely collection, some nice dresses, skirts, i can see influences from ODLR to Lanvin, but nothing i haven't seen before or wont see again.
does anyone know who made his shoes?
i adore this collection! I too would buy all of the pieces limy
Yep, I couldn't agree more. To tell the truth I'm already seeing Michelle Obama wearing that blue dress on Cameron
It's really promising so far, the whole thing looks very chic, can't wait to see it styled in some editorials
Exactly my thoughts, I'm loving the shoes tho.
I can see Michelle Obama in every piece.
his collection really impressed me, and I can't wait to see full pictures. He is definitely making it big. good for him
It is nice but it is too similar to Oscar de la Renta's style for me.
He's one of the spotlight of NYFW...
since he dress Michelle and now with the smile of Anna...
Good for him, a very pretty collection, I like it!
The first few pieces remind me of last season's Dolce & Gabbana, and Prada, but in a good way.
Looks like he's arrived!
Nope, I am too. But I can also see Anna Wintour wearing it. Especially the outfit with the dark wine colored top and skirt with the nude sandals. Skirt and nude sandals is one of her oft repeated outfits.
I like it, I really do. It's impressive for a guy who didn't have much of a following until Michelle Obama. I also wonder how I'd feel about it had the First Lady not worn his dress to the Ball. All I can envision is Michelle Obama wearing these clothes though. It's definitely got an older generation vibe to it all, with the silhouettes and the type of body it would flatter.
Very nice colllection
After all the hype and michelle obama's stamp of approval, I still don't get the appeal of his works.
I can see SOO many references from other designers every season without a doubt, and I thought it look kinda incoherent.
Oh well, at least he's doing well at a time like this.