Molly Goddard S/S 2019 London

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    Does she really like the hog body silhouette or she's unskilled like that?
     
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    Her best runway collection yet! I love all the pieces in solid colors, from the popelin to the last row of chiffon!
    There's maybe a lack of consistency when it comes to print. Most of the printed stuff looks very early 00's and when there's prints and ruffles, it's almost a caricature.
    But the white shirt dress on Edie is perfect! I want it!
     
  4. dior_couture1245

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    I agree with Lola! Her best work by far. Who knew she had it in her!

    This looks really accomplished and sophisticated while still being playful. For the first time I see clothes here that actually have a sense of place and reality...her previous work has all still felt like a CSM experimentation project, but this looks like a real designer collection with broader appeal beyond London. It almost feels like a collection that Christopher Kane SHOULD be making at this stage of his career.

    Those first few chartreuse looks...the little dress, the skirts worn with the daisy prints tops...those are sensational!
     
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    Good levels of irony. I like it.
     
  6. Not Plain Jane

    Not Plain Jane Well-Known Member

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    Lovely collection
     
  7. apple

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    I'm sorry but I really don't like this and don't understand why she's considered London's it girl. Her clothes are some of the most unflattering I have ever seen! Who wants to look like that. I want clothes that make me feel beautiful and confident. It's like she doesn't know the way to create clothes that make women's shapes stand out in the right way.
     
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    I quite like it. Designers who rely on codes of sexiness should learn from her sense of playfulness because she just showed how to do skin-revealing looks without verging on vulgarity. She does have to fine-tune her approach of doing prints and embroideries, though. But her take on volumes, ruffles, and frocks are quite exceptional. The flamenco-inspired silhouette that sets the mood for a lot of the looks also prevents them from coming off too cutesy.
     
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    Stunning! Never been that much of fan of Molly, but this collection blew me away! The navy looks are so chic, as all we the white ones!
     

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