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Discussion in 'Designers and Collections' started by vogue28, Oct 4, 2020.
Absolutey fabulous ! I liked every single look. I wanted more and more watching the show. The mix between very commercial/down to earth pieces to the more artisanal and innovative ones was well-balanced. Fabrics were gorgeous. Favorite show for me from this season.
Solid collection, one of his best since 2019! Honestly this was the designer who understood quality over quantity this season.
what's up with the breast feeding bras?
there are some very strong good looks but it’s not cohesive, smh.
The breast cups could have been a bit more dainty and the line-up is just not cohesive, it didn't make sense showing things that were so street with others that are so editorial...In the end I only liked the gold skirt with a zip-up knit top and the closing numbers
The japanese looking heels in metal take the award for craziest shoe of the season, I dig them.
I feel like his pieces are always too complicated, too "designed". Like every alumn from Nicolas Ghesquière he feels like adding too many details, prints and distracting elements.
Wish he would remove all those superficial things and focus more on shapes.
Paco Rabanne, the man, was a minimalist designer. I wish Dossena had the same point of view.
Those pedestrian looks with the jeans don't match with the rest of the show.
this has potential, not bad at all!
The "Golden metal burka" would be a funny thing to wear in an airport!
I don’t know why MAS always tries to make things harder or more complicated! Some looks are very easy, desirable and some others looks like a styling project! I hate the shoes and I think the cast was a bit weird.
Good pieces but as a collection...Not so good!
sorry just circling back to say im still not over the weird boobs.
does he like, hate women?
A decent collection I would say
A few of the looks were a little weird but most of the collection is pretty solid. Love that shimmery golden trench coat and the finale dress
ODD. this is the very first thing I thought. I can't get over how horrible I'd feel wearing the strange boob designs.
If only they got rid of the jeans, parka and trench (…as much as I really do dig that trench)— and that awfully distracting metal bit on the boots, the overall very Arabian attitude would come across so much stronger. He’s hardly fresh or showing anything that we haven’t already seen before— but it’s all very competently showcased and thank god it’s not a droning 100+ looks…. The cast of masculine-looking handsome women is cool, and I do very much dig the lethal, metallic clang of the 3 closing looks (which reminds me of Riccardo’s 2009 HC tribute to Kuwaiti princesses. Seen it al before and when even Game Of Thrones costumes were already inspired by McQueen, it’s become kind of blah, but still nice to see some cultural theatrics executed so skillfully nowadays).
I’ll take it.
Loving the chainmail looks. Hope to see them in print a lot, especially the gold one.
x1000 better than any Vuitton collection under NG. A winning collection imo.
I love Julien’s Paco Rabanne, and this season is good. He has been greatly improved throughout the years. IMO, FP2019 and FW2019 are his best.
I like it. He has grown a lot over the past three seasons but some looks come off as if a Chloe girl has just discovered sequins or lamé.