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Discussion in 'Designers and Collections' started by ignitioned32, Jun 5, 2004.
Honestly,from the vantage point I've been getting,I haven't really seen anything extraordinary from Saunders yet. While his craft may be great I don't see anything noteworthy enough to be compared to McQueen.
I think the enfant terrible in the way of McQueen and Galliano,would be Robert Cary-Williams. Too bad he doesn't get alot of attention because the guy is really quite good and he's an all-out radical too.
My mum was going on about Saunders the other day, asking me to find out more about him. Thanks for the article!
I would'nt call him an enfant terrible, I'd call him a fantastic textile print designer.
I don't think so
i find him too hyped for his own good,
he sure can create some cool, modern Gucci prints
but i'd need to see more before i say 'enfant terrible'
i think he has to evolve a little bit more...
here an older FS link on Saunders
i saw the video for this show...and it was quite dramatic...i really didn't know about this guy's work..so i was shocked to see his use of shape and colour...it's very impressive and mature...
i think he is a very talented artist...and would like to seee a lot of the prints painted on a canvas and hung on my wall...
however...i'm not so sure i want to put some of these prints on my body...i do like the clours...as i said ....and i like some of the more graphic prints...they look somehow futuristic ...like a costume from a sci-fi film...which appeals to me...it somehow feels like moving forward in a world full of retro...there's just enough of the past in the narrow tight silhouette to be familiar...reminds me a bit of montana and mugler...but the patterns are very modern...
mixed feelings...but definitely one to watch,,,,
i think this would be a nice painting
this is more subtle and certainly better than anything zac posen has EVER done...reminds me of narciso...
oh no, not him