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Discussion in 'Designers and Collections' started by vogue28, Sep 29, 2018.
Really not his best collection.
Nothing desirable, nothing remarkable, nothing really interesting....
What a disappointment from Junya!
this is a quirky punky dream, what he does with denim!
and those swathy, patchy, bias-cut dresses in beige and tan are sublime.
so fun and coherent and visionary. just a boring pair of jeans - or this?! THIS.
Nothing remarkable, it lacks the moody quality that I like in his shows, that shade of denim is just not my thing.
Nheither is it mine! God, I recently saw a girl wearing high-waisted denim's in that hue, NO BUM POCKETS! It looked appalling.
I'm getting Britney flashbacks with some of the evening gowns, but for most part this is a no for me. And a huge part of what's wrong is actually the styling!
I really don't like when he goes on a denim tangent...
Too clownish, very bad taste.
Deconstructed gowns, in denim, and khaki! Oh, behave, Junya!
I'll always love Junya for his past moments of glory, which more than make up for this, but sometimes, an ugly collection is that: an ugly collection. This is all hideous, from the bottom to the top.
Better luck next time, my dear.
i still love it.
The wearability of bias-cut fishtail gowns in denim or raw linen remains a mistery but I can appreciate the beauty of the cutting nonetheless.
Repulsive. But I like it a whole lot
i just adore how he takes a style or a fabric and plays. we've seen him do it with trench coats and motorcycle jackets and this time, denim. it's fun. it's also a coherent vision of something rather than throwing a million disparate looks down a runway and hoping something sticks -- or for sales.
to me, it's like an artist experimenting. like how picasso had his blue period, then his cubism, etc... this is a denim period. some may like or dislike the result, but the fact of the matter is ... it's creative.
You got Britney? I got furniture instead.