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Discussion in 'Designers and Collections' started by vogue28, Jun 4, 2021.
Nothing exciting but at least it's well executed (by Virgil standards). But there are some elements that annoy me.
You think for the presentation LV team could at least iron and straighten the pants.
Let the clothes breathe please, every single looks are suffocating with the monograms.
The duck bag is ugly. Loewe animal bags are more desirable.
Dapper Dan likes this.
There is a Gucci/Loewe mood from this collection that I don't mind at all.
The "tiger" applique seems very passe. The collection is lacking focus and a real proposition. This could be Sandro or another Parisian contemporary brand. That Louis Vuitton made patch is way gimmicky and immature looking.
I'm done with kid fashion. Would be nice to see things for men, again.
I guess he wanted to capitalize on the tiger motif before Kenzo becomes another hypebeast brand?
This Gucci fest is really strange coming from Virgil but the plethora of logos basically assures that this will be the wardrobe of the rich and tasteless in a few months.