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Discussion in 'Designers and Collections' started by vogue28, Sep 12, 2018.
What a Mess. Officially the worst thing this week!
I like the Jacquard pant but that's it. Where is the fashion? This looks so cliché, so literal and i see those Prada undertone references...
He is losing himself trying to keep up with the trends.
Terrible! The only good thing here is the presence of Binx.
The first men's look is sweatpants & Birkenstocks. So distracting. Aside from that, there are a few women's pieces that I think are actually quite beautiful and I could see a lot of women wanting to have in their wardrobe. Not a memorable show in the least though.
Consuelo Castiglioni on hard drugs.
The entire collection feels like a mashup of various Prada and Chanel elements, with a little Michael Kors surfer thrown in for good measure, due to the fact it's a spring/summer collection. All the black looks toward to the end come across very Chanel (including the footwear) and the prints are very Prada-esque.
Another miss of a Michael Kors collection, for me.
He is trying so hard to be something he's not and it shows. It's time to hit reboot and go back to the jet set rich bitch look.
I quite liked it, in a season of absolute dross so far, at least it made me feel summer-y !
If Old Navy did a runway show, vomit. Stick to Americana Kors, we praised you for a few seasons, which was a rarity.
How can someone make so many horrible floral patterns? Karen’s outfit really hurts my eyes.
How not to do florals!
I echo the sentiments that Kors is trying very hard to look cool. And that manifests mainly throughout the men's looks. Way too many elements in one collection. I can maybe tolerate the beachwear, but everything looks like the Walmart take on HF. Very, very budget-looking!
What an embarrassing mess. The clothes look even uglier in motion. None of it makes sense. No vision whatsoever.
It's like a caricature of fashion, like the type of collection you'd see in a movie mocking fashion.
What a fashion show shouldn't be.
It literally looks like someone threw up in Central Park.