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Discussion in 'Designers and Collections' started by Fashionistophyte, Sep 19, 2010.
WHEN FASHION MEETS INTERIOR DESIGN
My absolute favorite collection that I've seen this season thus far - I was in love from the first look to the last! Mary does it again and wins by miles
The lampshade dresses...gah
I am in awe
Full Collection (marieclaire.it)
Love it,love it
The fabrics and the prints are fantastic.I'm a fan.
It's so surreal and tromp l'oeil, dreamy - absolutely beautiful!
It's so uncanny. Everything in the collection looks so familiar, yet so unfamiliar at the same time! I find it quite humorous really; people live in houses but here the houses live on the people
OMG - I lost Mary! In few minutes i send the full Show.
oh wow.. this is looks ouchsome!
very brilliant and unique idea..
Mary Katrantzou - S/S 2011 - Full Show (EXCLUSIVE)
HQ Part 1
I don't really like the cut at all. I feel like the dresses are beautiful at a glance, but upon closer inspection, they're ugly.
OMG! I ♥ the collection!
Better than Balenciaga
wow, just incredible!! what a show. the models look like modern warriors
i luv it...this is so original!
I love the prints and I love the idea of these prints on clothes, but for some reason I don't think I like the actual clothes. It's such a nice collection to look at, but some of the shapes are really off. Still, this certainly the most original collection of this season thus far and I wish we'd see more like this.
i can picture anna dello russo wearing this collection
The exploration of the everyday and the domestic, almost mundane (even when overwrought) interiors is so amazing. The prints are so intense and exciting yet at the same time cold, almost melancholy in their sharpness. I enjoyed how she offset it with humorous detailing that blended into the dresses as both a part of the picture and a luxe embellishment, bringing the trompe l'oeil forth into a 3D space. It will definitely fall into this season's '90s redux trend, with the once-in-a-gilded-frame-now-in-a-thrift-store fantasy interior prints. It was so opulent (as always) but it was wonderfully counterbalanced by something I can't quite place my finger on; the silhouette, the styling, the venue itself? I don't exactly know. I've been waiting for a collection like this for what has felt like forever, and Mary has finally delivered. It's hilarious and witty, a technical masterpiece and, most of all, extremely pleasing. She has really proved herself to be in London's top tier.