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Discussion in 'Designers and Collections' started by vogue28, Oct 6, 2020.
didn’t know Nicolas Ghesquière was in collab with Miuccia for Miu Miu this season... oh Lord...
If Lila was going to have a debut walk for anyone it was always going to be the nepotism-lovers at miu miu
Not particularly good, but better than the last few seasons. It seems that even with Raf, they couldn't outdo themselves like FW2013, which is probably the best as far as i could remember.
Every look is ruined by an unnecessary detail. I refuse to believe Miuccia thinks its a good collection. She gives Katie too much creative power.
Was Simons also hired to destroy Miu-Miu; or just the main line?? Anyways, Raf involved here or not, the way to destruction is imminent!
Those Miu-Miu labels exposed in every single garment...
While this is, of course, rather hideous, it is actually much better than the majority of what I have seen this season except some God-level collections from the likes of Elie Saab.
Some looks definitely have details that clash, but this is more Prada-esque than Prada itself this season. Especially that red bejewelled (?) skirt, very Prada Fall 2012.
There was a time when I would anticipate a Miu Miu collection, like wake up early to catch the photos on Vogue or Nowfashion. That time seems so far gone. Everything is always off when it comes to this brand, from the styling, clothes, and casting. Granted this presentation is better compared to her latest offerings and there are some ok pieces, but there's just not anything memorable.
While I appreciate the minimal styling, this feels actually like a job done by a stylist rather than a designer. It looks like a bunch of archives MiuMiu pieces styled together. And it’s rather bland!
It's very cute (and more Prada than...Prada) but they killed all sellability by adding exposed labels on every top and skirt :/
This is probably the first Miu Miu collection I have enjoyed since Katie Grand took over--and I even enjoy it more than the Prada collection this season.
I do agree that some of it looks like Miu Miu archive pieces (such as the Spring 1996 argyle zip shirts/jackets) and even Prada samples from past seasons that weren't used (Spring 2017 and Fall 2020). However, as a whole, there is a sweetness and freshness to the clothes and show that I felt was needed this fashion week. I can see a lot of these pieces looking great on the typical Miu Miu girl/woman.
Definitely better than Prada, which was so cold and unsubstantial. I agree with Overindulgence this was the first time Katie didn't manage to totally ruin my enjoyment of the show, it actually reminded me of the days when Miu Miu showed in Milan-and Katie was much less annoying. Simple, to the point, girly and bubbly, no overwrought gimmicks no Rita Ora and Lila actually looked cute...
The soundtrack and set were quite good. The heels that looked like soccer shoes were damn weird but I liked the vibe with the hooligans chanting: the girlfriend who's too chic to go to the stadium and just stays nearby shopping!
Definitely an improvement over the last few seasons.
To me, both Prada and Miu Miu are dead. While this is OK, it's so lifeless and joyless, so I don't really see an improvement. Why won't she just retire and leave the group to Marc Jacobs?
Anyway, while there are some nice pieces, the ostentatious logos on every piece of clothing (!) make the collection immediately trashy and cheap.
Don't feel like Miu Miu has been one to splatter their runways with famous offspring before, so I must be missing the joke?
This looks like 70s pieces picked up from various thrift stores. Atrocious.
Actually looks better than Prada this season.
It is an effect of Katie Grand's influence. Grand and Anita Bitton love their nepotism girls. We saw it at Marc Jacobs (Kendall Jenner made her runway debut there and pretty much kickstarted the whole nepotism model train of the 2010s) and at LOVE Magazine. At Miu Miu, there's been Maya Hawke and Lourdes Leon in the campaigns. For the runways, there's been the Hadids, Kendall, Kaia, Iris Law, Sahteene Sednaoui, and now Lila. With Karl gone (another nepotism girl lover) and Marc Jacobs shows not being as relevant as they once were, it is safe to say Miu Miu has become the destination to showcase the nepotism girl(s) of the season.
For a while, Miu Miu used to be the best at finding and showcasing the coolest IT Girls/rising actresses though. Not sure what happened.
This feels like 5 years into the future, some conglomerate trying to revive Miu Miu after the Prada mothership went broke due to 3 seasons of disastrous Raf collections.
Prada lite at best. It's just Miu Miu greatest hits that are not even a hit anymore. Nonetheless, points for styling.