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Discussion in 'Designers and Collections' started by vogue28, Feb 3, 2021.
This season, he didn't even tried to hide it. He just needs to rename his brand REPLICA.
I don't know why but his tailoring is always bother me somehow. Like why your clothes always look so stiff around the shoulder Virgil?
I like the jacket in picture 24. Can anyone point to me what is his "INSPIRATION" come from for that jacket.?
HIs is probably the only label that is elevated by the association with his image. …Cuz if this were shown without his association, it would easily blend into any nondescript 2nd-year fashion student or reality-show contestant type of generic aesthetic. It’s just so bland while at the same time, trying so hard to be progressive.
You know, there’s something rather quite admirable about someone who continues to rip off others so blatantly, and doesn’t even progress on construction and tailoring— but still continues to succeed in popularity and seems to succeed as well financially. He has to be the most privileged/enabled/hyped, and just outright lucky man working in the industry.
That final look is making me nauseous.
Off-White™ is a joke that went too far.
Very Balenciaga. Not sure why they insist on doing tailoring when the only thing people buy is the logo items and the streetwear and it is barely seen here.
I didn't know Balenciaga has a diffusion line and showed in Milan. This man is a joke.
I mistake this brand for Vetement and immediately think of Demna using Balenciaga to sell his diffusion line! It never ceases to amaze me in what world can a man(the CD of LV mesnwear) shamelessly copy other designers season after season!
It could be this Lutz Huelle Cardigan
the appropriation of other designers' ideas and blatant copies of their actual designs are too much and need to stop.
diet Prada, please help?!