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Discussion in 'Designers and Collections' started by wongak, Feb 27, 2009.
I loved the shapes that were used. They looked okay as menswear, but I love the coat Olga is wearing.
I have to say one thing though; how many times is he going to remake this coat?! I've seen it so many times now.
Cute shoes!!!!!! <3
These shapes are incredible I love the neutrals and the one pop of purple but I'm really not feeling the neon. The architecture is simply breathtaking though
And I love those shoes!
So plastic. The collection feels so smooth and sleek with that flux-like movement embracing the body. Those shoes look fun.
^^those are the thought of Ms Horyn I personally Adore it too
Wow, the shapes! Amazing!
And I love the bright colors on some collars, it looks so perfect.
the orange dress on vllada is my oersonal favourite lol
Hit and miss for me. I LOVE those pieces with the curves. But those chunky ones are really ugly and not flattering.
I like it.
I feel I should love it.
But . . there's something I don't love.
I'm not feeling it that much at all really . . ?
I wonder why?
The orange dress on Vlada was Amazing!
So it was the grey one with the yellow coat in Irina
I adored the whole collection...wow.
Wow!! Beautiful pieces! Love the architecture!
ugh, I hear you. I like nearly all the pieces but none of it is 'moving' me at all, it seems like such a cold, extremely mechanical collection.. I deeply appreciate Raf's conception of a staple that never expires and that you incorporate into a lifetime instead of a season, but.. I don't know, the first part feels so old, sometimes a year old and in other looks, it's 1997 all over again. but that's not my major complaint anyway, perhaps what I'm trying to say is that the collection as a whole seems to project so much concern, probably the economical concern Cathy mentions?, and that's why I can't genuinely embrace it.
I do actually love this collection, but I feel the same way of Crying Diamonds. I don't think that there's something missing, I just thought that... I don't know, maybe some fabrics or shapes don't do anything to me at all. Perhaps I'm too tired of 'architecture' in clothes.
I really, really like this collection, but just like Crying Diamonds, there's something that's keeping me from loving it. There are some incredibly gorgeous pieces and ideas here, particularly the two white coats that come about half way through the lineup, one with the curving collar lined in red and the other with the curving seams and built up collar lined in orange. Those are both stunning.
But it does seem like there was some sort of hesitation to really go for it in terms of the shocks of bright color, the curls that wrap around part of the body. I wish he had taken that just a bit further, added more bold color, done more with those curves. I think that's really what makes this collection different than spring. With that collection he really went for it, pushed it to it's furthest limit. I'm not sure he did that here.
In large part, this is absolutely breathtaking for me. Gorgeous