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Discussion in 'Designers and Collections' started by vogue28, Oct 6, 2020.
Pack carefully and send me everything via DHL.
It is just dreamy, romantic, dark and beautiful. Galliano is genius and God save him.
Amazing. Let us all thank Galliano.
I'm not in the mood to write about anything but I have to say this is absolutely gorgeous.
Beautiful! Look 7 is a dream.
One of my favourite collections this season.
It’s very beautiful, very dreamy and romantic and I like the deconstructed pieces. The mystery here is to know if this will even make it to production...
The menswear is really great!
While I’ve been more of a MM6 customer lately, looks 7, 8, 9 And 10 deserve to closer look.
One of the best this season! I wish John would just do simple lookbooks in parallel with the more editorial ones. It’s frustrating to not be able to clearly see the pieces.
He's always serving everything.
Oke finally something really lovely from him for Margiela !!!
I love this !
That wedding shot is literally so A1 . This collection actually kinda grabbed my soul. His ideas translate so well.
I wish fashion execs would take notes, because this is wonderful. We need more DESIGNERS who have a real interest in DESIGNING with AUTHENTIC IDEAS. Can you imagine if *insert literally any other house here* hired a designer that had integrity and was interested in clothes instead of marketing. Maybe some nerdy kid who has a true interest in the construction of clothes, as well as maybe art, theatre, science, life, etc. Not a pretentious narcissistic wannabe who just "creates" stuff for attention to sell and throw away. God give me the strength. I'm not even proof reading what I just wrote sorry not sorry I'm on 100 rn this whole fashion week has me angry af
P.S. If anyone wants the show notes / look descriptions DM me lol I was gonna post them here but i don't wanna get in trouble
I like it better in pictures because the live reveal was very hard to follow, however the narration that binds this show together was so complex and fascinating it was worth watching. Something about an arranged marriage that takes place after a "They shoot horses don't they?" style tango contest...
It felt very special watching such unadultered creativity in a season of nothing but blandness: the models contorting in the water on top of each other, gasping for breath, dying. Galliano really gave his all this time, just watching him tell the story of how he attended some clandestine tango ball years ago in Buenos Aires is worth more than almost any other recent show.
That's quite the impediment I see too among current designers (and clients/enthusiasts too), yes, they've heard of the "cool" things happening in industrial design, music, entertainment, some theatre, mostly because it reaches to them (not the other way around), but actually nurturing that curiosity and truly immersing themselves and exploring their sensibilities through other more challenging and knowledge-requiring fields seems like a waste of time because.. passion for fashion. What matters is their encyclopedic knowledge of fashion and that's that. Little by little, with the help of others with a similar approach, fashion's become so navel-gazing and poorly informative of.. life and times.
That video -which in the atelier bits felt like watching a documentary- is just such a gift to anyone who enjoys fashion and wants so desperately to find again what drew them into it initially . I'm not even a fan of Galliano's work but that ability to switch off the world around him, especially the industry he's in where they all swing together in similar directions, and to pour all of himself and extract entire worlds out of his ideas that have nothing to do with what the rest are up to and simultaneously do so many favors to it.. wow. We need to find a new word for hope because that's been abused a lot this year but the longer scenes in that video made me feel hopeful for fashion and every other field that's sustained on passion, imagination and true, genuine craft and the hard work and research that should always come with it. It was amazing. Haven't been transported to this pure fashion underworld since McQueen went commercial (years before he passed) and since Jun Takahashi just.. hasn't been in the mood (Fall 2013).
Also, was he taken to a tango-themed fiesta clandestina in Buenos Aires? ... been there. Best nights.. or should we say mornings if you exit at noon? lol.
His margiela is so passionate now! Beautiful. And wonderful clothes. It also has a bit of that rainy mystery margiela used of to have.
he delivered. I also found myself buying margiela again. It looks great on the rack, super covetable.
Not interested. More jackets with random cuts here and there (reminds me of the video he made for his last artisanal collection...I literally was shocked to see his team bought a Zara second hand jacket to "deconstruct" it).
I hope this time they remove the Zara tag at least...
I like the darkness of it. It’s cinematic but not doomy, like a lot of fashion narratives can be today. The presentation is incredibly well done. I was not into Galliano’s Margiela before but this is a nice evolution imo. I have just accepted that we won’t get the Margiela that left in 2009 and that’s ok. Times change.
Interesting but boring. This is a very informative documentary we have already seen the last show and fashion films, that are not new..
Precious details but I fall asleep.
Weeping. It’s so beautiful and evocative.
I love that something like this can still exist today , and that it has a personal and unique point of view but I miss the ideas and inventiveness of Margiela .This to me personally feels self indulgent and dated, although I agree that at least it is unique and passionate, which is something to be grateful for.