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Discussion in 'Designers and Collections' started by LostInNJ, Oct 10, 2004.
but they've always only been an accessories brand... up until marc jacobs came around and started designing the ready to wear a couple years ago...
I'm pretty much over the LV logo, but I have to say, the bags in this show are so beautiful. Each one is more incredible than the next. Wow!
the lv store in beverly hills is mostly clothes.
yea Houston Galleria is like 60% accessories, 40% clothes. I always find the men's collection to be a little boring to be worth the price tag usually though. Basic tees in admitedly nice colors for about $140? No thank you.
some pieces are just lovely!
I like it, except for those logo shorts.
thanks for the photos plumour
here comes the non-favorable review
personaly, i quite like the collection
love the first two white dresses plumour posted...i think the pieces individually are quite nice..
I think the clothes look nice - they are very marc jacobs-ey. They still look slightly like childrens clothes like i think all his stuff does, but its pretty & cutsey. I like the purple & pink colours.
LV clothes are nothing like this in the shops though. In the shops its all hideous LV monogramed golf clothes!! For all the golfing ladies being the only ones who can actually afford LV. I think the show is a big decption..... like many of them are I suppose.
Helena......u need to come here.......they sell the gorgeous clothes from the collection......not a monogram golf item in sight
I don't think LV should make clothes...just stick to the bags and other accessories.
Like others have said, I think this collection is a little too close to Marc Jacobs and that indicates that there is not much creativity flowing.
its the one in Paris I am mainly basing that generalisation on.... where is it in London? Bond street/ sloane street?
the one on bond street has the REALLY nice clothes
but im not sure about the sloane street one cause they just moved a bit up the road......the old one was just accesories but i think the new one has clothes also
Loving this!!! just wanted to ask, what does everyone think about the monogram bag with cherries? Im not sure...
I'm not the biggest fan but I try not to do logoed anything these days. I can see it being a potential hit on the scale of the Murakami bags. The cherry print is cute and if there's enough hype in the mass press, 12 year-old girls in Orange County will be dying for it.