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Discussion in 'Designers and Collections' started by Atelier, Sep 8, 2004.
Frills, ruffles and color.
From today's presentation.
Wow- I have never given two forks about Perry Ellis, but this is DIVINE! like wearable sorbet... weeeeeeeee
is it just me or did Perry Ellis use the same presentation style for last season as well
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He seems to like showing this way. The girls never walk a runway, they just stand in place.
for the last two seasons actually...the response was VERY positive from all the editors...they showed menswear right after in the same space and the same manner...
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yum yum yum...
Oohh this is really appealing to me, so light and innocent...good job at Perry Ellis!
Love the clothes, shoes, hair! It all works!
ok and why would the EVER want to let patrick go...he needs to leave and go somewhere he's appreciated. these clothes are near flawless.
they want to let him go?!!! But he's completely revived the P.E. label from a liscended brand to a runway!!! I loved the f/w '04 stuff (because of it's looks and it's price) and this is equally as fab. mwah mwah mwah love the hair too
Charming. I'm digging all the bows and details around the waist.
it's at an awkward pricepoint and is a hard sell...not expensive enough to be designer...but too pricey for contemporary... it's hard for a store to know where to place it...and i don't think the investors want to do high end so much...but more mass market...i also think they want a faster return on their investment...but it does take a minute or two to revive a brand from near extinction... patrick will have the last laugh i'm sure...anyway...everything seems to be worked out for now...
ever since I first glimpsed Patrick Robinson's revival of Perry Ellis I was struck by it charm (his model selection didn't hurt either.) I love how he presents his collections. It allows the press in attendance to get a clearer vision (literally!) of what the designer is trying to convey. No mess, just very straightforward. I love the clothes shown so far. The attention to detailing is fantastic. However, the final product we see in stores maybe somewhat toned down (I hope not- but that is usually the case.)Overall, very nice. Fits the current mood perfectly.
I agree with softie...it seems like it's along the same lines as Marc by Marc Jacobs, and could be perceived as a bit young. I know the investors wanted the collection to be more like Calvin Klein's better collection (which has been very well received), but why do that? H Hilfiger, Jones NY, Kenneth Cole, etc. are already doing it. I applaud Patrick Robinson for taking the line in a new direction. I just wish it was available in California!
from the mens show: