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Discussion in 'Designers and Collections' started by Fashionstuff, Mar 2, 2018.
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Paris fashion week should ban this copycat.
(Bella Hadid is perfect for this trainwreck. You go girl!)
So, what does the last two Elie Saab dresses have to do with anything???
This guy's success is a perfect example of how hype can get you anywhere! Mediocre, from start to finish. Not sure how he's showing in Paris.
Still trying to understand the whole purpose of this brand.
I know he is a lovely person but come'on!
I'm sorry but it's mediocre. He doesn't even have an identity.
The tulle gown on Grace is just a disaster. It's a badly made copy cat version that do not even belong in any show. Beside having seen all of these before, I want to know what this brand stands for. What is his point of view? His vision? It gets to nowhere and it doesn't even worth the hype.
I've never been a fan of this guy. This collection is just a bunch of ( poorly executed ) clothes thrown on a runway. No intention, no statement, no style, no risk, no aesthetics...Nothing.
Who are you Virgil Abloh ?
It's a bunch of clothes, few are good , i like the suit with pants but it is not for every women, on 175 cm girl it looks good but 164 cm
Why he decided to do his show in Paris? And what all this tulle gowns?
He succeed, maybe one day we'll see him designing for one famous maison, never say never.
Anyway, the cast it good and seems that young people like him.
both are wasted lol
I literally yawned while scrolling through the pics.
"Off" is the key word here.
Yeah, I'm with everyone else. What is this brand trying to be? Because right now, it just seems like they're trying to copy other people's success stories - and failing miserably.
If I were him, I'd be EMBARRASSED to show this crap among Rick Owens, Dries, Undercover, Loewe...
But it isn't his fault. Social Media is obsessed with any trash those days.
i really like it. i love the opening looks, with the "shirt underneath the dress" and i love the shoes, and the colour palette is really beautiful
a lot of what other people have already said resonate pretty strongly with me
however, I do wish he would stay on a course that is focused on tailoring rather than the ridiculous branding that its currently on. Maybe help flesh out an identity for this thing
"The scene outside the Off-White fashion show Thursday night was chaotic and, at times, dangerous. The narrow block of Rue Cambon was filled with a mob of fans, some of them pressing towards the narrow entrance to the show, others trapped in a scrum around a black sedan that had somehow gotten itself wedged amidst the throng. The police blew whistles and yelled, not in an attempt to keep the crowd from pressing in on itself but in order to free the car. The people were a essentially a thick field of mud in which the sedan was stuck."
Robin Givhan at the Washington Post.
This is the fashion scene we deserve. Incredibly scary and pretty hilarious that people gone mad about this piece of sh*t.