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Discussion in 'History of Style : A Remembrance of Things Past' started by ignitioned32, Jan 22, 2004.
well, no wonder he's the best selling couture designer in Paris, this is an amazing collection of highly wearable modern couture, so many great looks i wish they were mine here
thanks for the photos igni
so many of these clothes emphasize why the world still needs couture. gaultier is a true artist when it comes to the couture without ever looking too staid or too outrageous. so many pieces that work well for every woman i think.
Astonishing. I want to see detail of the detail. It just keeps on giving.
First post, bottom row, 2nd from the right, Mariacarla. A Mayan nod to Guatemala with that pattern? Love it even if I'm anthropologically way off!
This collection was so beautiful I am speechless
Isn't it just beautiful.
I was really impressed with this collection - it was lovely
thanks so much for posting the pics Atelier
We have ignitioned32 to thank for these posts, tiffany. But you're welcome, anyway.
wow, this is really great, the rasta hats B) i would love to see more detailed pics.
so wearable but yet still special
We have ignitioned32 to thank for these posts, tiffany. But you're welcome, anyway. [/b][/quote]
lol, sorry, thankyou to ignitioned32 for the lovely pictures
here's one of my fave's - I love the skirt
I lvoe it, it so beautiful
There are individual pieces I like but I don't see this collection working somehow. Maybe it's not supposed to?
Probably not. Gorgeous collection though!
It seems the collection is split up into two parts.
The more sober part. And then there's the wilder part which it seems to me is making references to various cultures. Can't find just one in there.
I do like some pieces here, but as for a collection, I don't find it "put together".
not bad, but not "WOW", either. B)
thanks for the pictures!
I so agree with you guys on this collection.
Your welcome, btw, guys!
i'd like to congratulate him for this