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Discussion in 'Designers and Collections' started by Donatello89, Jan 20, 2010.
The "concept" of the show is good and original :
Interesting concept for a fashion show. I am surprised no one thought of this sooner. It reminds me of like a boot camp meets olympic athletes. As for the collection itself, it has a touch of military style with something else, I can't really put a word to it at the moment.
yes that's the thing ! but it's really cool !
and ski is EVERYWHERE...
his work for moncler is perfect.
no froufrou ... just the basic classic.
i really adore the classy WallStreet workwear meets english gentleman mixing winter outfits.
you can wear this everywhere.
his aesthetic show is still very good. i just wonder how many times again you can play with group of men ???
is there some Moncler by T. Browne in action, irl ?
* Etro, do you have some ????
what an interesting fashion show now that's what you call a new concept
not a huge fan of the pieces though. looks more like a plaid/colorblocked version
of Dolce. though some of the coats are wearable enough and the grey ensembles
look excellent. the fur lined coats though.. reminds me of beavers
u're kidding me about the "concept" ?
^ why, isn't it new? it's the first time i've ever seen something like this in
a fashion show, models a la military barracks style. great idea for an opening.
Yah, I am not into the whole plaid thing. The beaver coats I am still iffy on, probably wont make it into most stores that sell Moncler. It for sure won't make it to stores in Montreal thats for sure.
That's some presentation! I like the theatrics they put to make the entire show more interesting. The mix of print-on-print though does not work for me. I love the colorblock ensembles though. And some pants actually are too bulky. Only extremely well-built / thin people can pull it off. But well, it's dressing out of necessity and trying to still be fashionable so thumbs up for the effort, and two thumbs up for the show!
can't be uglier
The concept is interesting, but I don't like the clothes...
Is that Thom Brown?
yes i think so !
i'm happy he has a european outlet, but i'd still prefer to see him at a house with a little mroe of a weightier history to see what he could do with that.
I am not feeling this collection. The show may be funny, but wearing them on the street is another story. I don't really see this is going to happen.