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Discussion in 'Designers and Collections' started by wongak, Mar 6, 2010.
Hair inspired by Lady Tottington in wallace and gromit? hahahha very nice..
i love this way of cinching the waist that both Dries van Noten and Junya have gone for. it's incredibly flattering.
it's funny how both have added that touch to their otherwise very tough-masculine-militar collections. in a way it is like anticipating what Christian Dior himself did after the war, and doing it while the battle is still going on.
i really like this, there is some amazing tailoring going on here.
the make-up makes the models look pretty horrible though
the hair I love. It's hilarious. I wonder how they did it?
But apart from that... the clothing isn't really my thing. Not feeling the military print.
I just always want to wear some of the coats and jackets myself ! Really great collection as usual .
ugly and so borring !!!!!!!
He always recycles his ideas in a very uninspired way. This collection is a reproduction for women of his fw 06 menswear!
gorge - I want
wow, beautiful! love the overcoats.
private benjamin...never looked so good.
helena, i think the 3 of us need to experience this together.
it's a bit of the last 5 seasons, starting from AW06 until SS10... but still the jackets are amazing!
that was my first thought when i saw this
There are some absolutely stunning blazers and coats here. They are so gorgeously fitted.
But I'm never a fan of the old parka look, I'm afraid.
I hate to say it, but I'm so disappointed in this collection, it doesn't have the elegance that I've come to associate with JW. There are a few good pieces in there, but I really am not feeling love the military/camo theme.