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Discussion in 'Designers and Collections' started by vogue28, Jan 26, 2021.
I dont really understand why is this couture? Did she weave all fabrics by herself? Its hard for me to see where this is HC. It looks pretty and pleasing though. But its like a commercial good looking pre fall collection from Sandro.
Expensive hand-made Zara?
Etsy sellers are now "couture"?
It's just look like Stradivarius at best. I feel like this is what she does until there is some brands hire her. Sorry but this collection only land you a job at the Kooples.
I like the intention behind her idea of Couture. It’s not Haute Couture but it’s an elevated version of a very particular style. Those aren’t the type of dresses I would go to Couture for but maybe à Vanessa Bruno customer might be happy with it.
I love her idea of showing her collection at home, which gives some intimacy and the atmosphere of haute couture from the old days. If she really wants to sew the HC label on her garments, she should have detailed her concept of a day in a woman's life (I supposed, non?).
This is my thought exactly. I just felt like there would be a clever way to translate her idea into better pieces. Her I can't really see the HC details.
At leas she did the impossible, merged couture with high street
seriously what‘s the point?
Literally looks like one of those seasonal stories Zara do to make sure their audience keep buying
I did zoom in most of the pictures, tried to find some details that could justify that this is a HC collection but nah, can’t find any.
i like the striped-sort of lungewear one, that looks pretty and comfort, tho again, what’s special about it?
She is just showing her collection during Couture week like AZ factory, non?
I mean the clothes are nice and well done etc. and it's exactly the kind of style that I would go for, but Haute Couture? This lookbook type of presentation really doesn't help elevating it for me.
It’s Couture, not Haute Couture...
It’s essentially made by hand clothes. I don’t even think she worked with specifics Artisans for the collection. Instead she collaborated with Eres, Charvet, Manolo and Goosens.