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Discussion in 'History of Style : A Remembrance of Things Past' started by cerfas, May 9, 2005.
I don't know why, but I skipped over a lot of furs...I feel bad posting them even though somehow I don't feel as bad posting leather.
I think it's because some of them look really obscene, like this:
don't have a problem with wool, either...it's probably not very ethical either
Oh whatever I'm posting them anyway
I had seen this once before but did not realize how gorgeous it was. I happened upon it again a couple of days ago and could not stop thinking about it. There is such a close-to-perfect balance between being organic but still modern, the clothes look vibrant and alive like few things I have ever seen. It's ladylike (a word that comes to mind often with Elbaz) -but not really proper, and not traditional either. I love that about it. It makes the wearer look beautiful, but unique and sophisticated. I could go on.
and on and on and oooonnnnnnnnn...
we love alber...
Ahhh, I adore Alber!
His use of fabric is very good and the way he structures his pieces is very original. I love all the dresses, coats and the way he accessories them with belts and boots. Very Katharine Hepburn with the wide-legged pants and ahh! Very cool.
I've got to admit, when I first saw it, I went "Ugh." But then I looked at it again. It's simply amazing the mix of modern edge with classic sophistication. Really genius.
welcome to the fashion spot trendoid and bellechic...
i can't believe how ahead of its time this collection was...
actually we used to have a topic on this collection but i guess it was pruned last summer when we cleaned up the forums.. have you checked before posting cerfas?
anyway, this remains my fave Elbaz collection for Lanvin ever
(and to think it was his debut for Lanvin )
*to be totally honest he never really got to this state of perfection since..
oh it's just perfect