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Discussion in 'Designers and Collections' started by helena, Sep 20, 2005.
I really like this from what I've seen of it so far. I love the exploration of a different sort of 70's character.
lena some yellow for you!!!
i like !
fresh & summery
nothn intensely original but . . it's ok !
Very very nice. It may be quite simple and unadventurous, but I'm not sure there are many others doing stuff like this at the moment. The quality of her clothes is very high too, and there is a down-to-earth integrity about hte collection that is quite appealling.
some nice simple pieces....nothing earth-shattering. I'm a bit disappointed because I was so keen to see this collection. Its like the S/s 03 collection. Very post war 50's inspired I think - she loves all that 50's ercol furniture too which you can buy in her store. Utilitywear I think is its genre. Its very British I think. The quality as ever will be superb and thats the point with MH clothes really.
i want someone to explain something to me?
why should a customer buy this as opposed to going to zara, the gap, banana republic or h&m ?
one word Zamb....quality.
I understand what you're saying... these pieces, just to me, are fairly basic. Some I could buy similar of at probably Banana Republic.
I usually save the most interesting/unique/detailed pieces for the designers, and the basics I spend less on.
don't really feel this collection......
a few basic pieces i dont mind....
but i have to agree......for basic tees and shorts, realistically, i would head straight for h&m, zara and b.republic...
nothing extraordinary here.....
I do.. I think this is really good. It's approachable and very nice looking. A collection that is wearable and beautiful. I like it
Thanks for posting helena!