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Discussion in 'Designers and Collections' started by AgrenateD, Feb 15, 2010.
Loving it, it's very urban and 10 times better than what she showed for spring.
It's a very put-together urban-chic look. Looks OK!
its a mix of balmain/ pucci and marc jacobs
waow !!!!!! i love it ! The 2nd look of eniko is stunning
it feels alot like a mix of many designers rather then typical Jill Stuart style but there are definately pieces i'd love to wear
I love Jill Stuart, but I don't like this very much.
between nicole miller and jill stuart, all the new york fashion world has gotten edgy all of a sudden. and i think i like it.
The only piece that really stood out for me was the plaid wrapped mini dress. Knits aren't bad but it's been done before and better than that.
another rock Jill collection, when can we get sweet Jill back?
but these dresses are beautiful and wearable indeed
especially love how she use the satin and the drapping
i love it
apart from 20% of the show, the rest is just wrong (ie 80%).
the cuts are absolutely unwearable (so hopefully, they will work them out bfore it hits shops), the military touch is just not well edited. the play with volumes render nothing but a scream front row.
the collection makes me blieve the designer doesn't know what's a woman body ...
* which is not good ...
It's rather grunge not done well to me .
This ain't your mama's Jill Stuart! That's for sure. The little dresses are cute.
^it's so true. who even remembers THIS jill stuart anymore? she's proof that anyone can change their dna after several seasons of something new.
This line is cool and a great direction for Jill Stuart, but really? It looks like a big clash of the big names.
I definitely couldn't wear any of the "bulkier" items.. but I do love some of it. Love the use of belts, too.
this is awful! and what's with the hats?