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Discussion in 'Designers and Collections' started by vogue28, Nov 16, 2020.
I don't really see Raf in this. It's more like Miuccia finally coming to her senses, although I still don't get the logo overload since this is undeniable Miu Miu even without the name stitched on it.
Wow when the little sister all growing up become a quirky yet intellectual woman while her older one is having a midlife crisis trying to be hip and cool
'Katie Grand has ruined this brand.'
A rhyme we can attribute to so many designers. Some nice things, but by god its repetitive and dull.
The logo patches, the kitty prints, jogging pieces; and those toddler dresses and tops feel like someone desperately craving for youth...that´s why I asked if this was Simons related.
But in any case, with Raf involved in this collection or not, this feels totally opposite to what Miu-Miu was when it was launched in the late 90s. The only thing which still remains here is the brand name.
It´s like a bad trip to thrift shop...
this is so unpleasant
there are a few beautiful looks here but everything feels so disjointed and unclear , as if no one was sure what they really wanted to say with this collection
what is this???
there are some nice pieces but it also feels a little messy... those sportier pieces should be burned.
I'm guessing the theme for shoots and shows in 2021will be post-disaster shelters and old rooms to capture the feel of a financial depression?