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Discussion in 'Designers and Collections' started by vogue28, Sep 30, 2018.
It’s Poiret but it looks more Vionnet...
That’s the tricky part with trying to revive something so removed in time.
Another brand that should have remained closed.
Another unispired, boring, commercial and basic attempt to cash from a famous name of the past (as if Millennials would know anything about Paul Poiret work)...
This could be a second line from an italian brand like Ferragamo. Where´s Paul here?
Some looks are a bit 'much' but the simpler ones are really quite chic.
She needs to drape and construct the Poiret silhouette in a more obvious note.
Because the garments already looks like it came from a medium priced luxury brand that relies on WGSN forecasts.
Agree 100 % . The waist of garments and time,on this point.
It's light and flowy. I like the use of colours. I'm not sure what's the DNA here but some pieces remind me of Sies Marjan and overall I could also think about a brand like Cacharel.
i mean, what's the point of this?
I mean...that color palette alone screams "duty free fashion". Let the death rest in peace...
That was my first thought as well!
I actually quite like this collection. I'm not looking at it with Poiret in mind. To do that would be a mindfck of sorts because Poiret will eternally be synonymous with 20's glamour. Maybe 'Poiret' is just being used to give the house legitimacy? Even then, that's a bit reaching because who except a really hardcore fashion consumer would know what the brand stood for?
Anyway, her colour direction is one of the best I've seen this season. Very accessible, yet still beautiful and hyper-femine with a mature edge. Also, the way she dealt with sheer puts the designers who profit from that market to shame (MGC, Valentino, Elie Saab etc.) Believe it or not, there's still a market for these kind of clothes.