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Discussion in 'Designers and Collections' started by VogueParisLover, Mar 3, 2012.
I find the hair way too distracting here (but I love it ). At first glance there's not much I love in this collection, except for a few coats.
This one is especially awesome:
I love that it almost has a bit of a superhero-cape feel to it and the details on it are amazing.
The 5th look is gorgeous, too. But overall it's a bit messy and looks slightly unfocused.
The Japanese rule Paris once again.
It's nothing particularly new from Junya, it's still a phenomenal collection.
Continuing to play with the trench coat, but adding in the deconstruction/reconstruction of suiting. I love the velvet burnout/print pieces near the end, and the move into evening, but with never quite leaving behind the suiting via the layering, suggesting we never fully leave work in the age of the internet? Work and play collide?.
Great, interesting collection, and yet with many lovely & wearable pieces.
Genious collection, this is quite culturally significant to the roots of the designer. Perfect mixture with the new and "traditional"!
An extra big + for the styling.
Not jumping up and down, especially after his last fall winter was a real gem, but still beautiful executed clothes. And nobody does a trench quite like him.