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Discussion in 'Designers and Collections' started by *k.a.t.e*, Sep 19, 2009.
same as above
looks good so far, especially the black pieces.
well i like the detail but not a fan of that body-con silhouette. i think the only look of these that really stands-out as distinct,in my eyes,is that alaia-like t'shirt dress with the frills.
i like the blue dress a lot
He knows what he likes, and this hasn't been drastically different from his past few seasons. Some might already got bored of it, but I'm still loving his attention to the details and his playing of knits.
Totally agree, he's definitely found his niche and while it is familiar it's definitely beautiful.
I quite like the use of slightly curvier models too, definitely suit his clothes better.
i like the blue dress too and a couple others.. amazing knitwork. great textures
and all comfortably wearable
it's nice you don't always have to sew piece by piece like with woven fabrics
the dress just forms out of the yarn on the machine
I really like it! Apart from the underboob cleavage.
Hmm...I see a lot of old Christopher Kane touches, and not the good ones either!
loving the curvier models - well done!!!!
I like it but it looks like his last collection
this looks pretty similar to last season in a way.
not really my style, but well done.
great party dresses. i love that these clothes play in all three dimensions.
It is not really my taste, but it is great to see that he used curvier women on the catwalk...size UK 12 -14.
this is profoundly unflattering. I don't really have a thought on the rest, its not terrible, not great
Always amazed by his technical skills. If I were that kind of a girl, I would only go to him for my party dresses. One thing that I wonder, how much shaping and sculpting goes on in those sweater dresses...?
It's not like Alaia when he did cut and sew knits, you can work that material like a woven and really define a shape. These sweaters have no structural support whether it's some kind of boning or just welt seams. Even on the runway there's a couple of problem areas. I can't say every piece is a technical success.
I like the collection and good for him for using more normally sized models - he's right, they do look better in his designs.
I'm not sure how you can, accurately, call yourself a stylist, if you can only style size zeros?