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Discussion in 'Designers and Collections' started by wongak, Feb 19, 2009.
All from wwd.com
All from wwd.com
Hmm things are looking a bit frumpy this season...
A few things I like, but quite a lot of this just looks ill-fitting.
I didn't like the colors but Bruna's outfit is very good, my favorite. I can count on my fingers how many looks I enjoyed.
Seconded, it looks a little grandma
I liked the color palette but most of the outfits are too mature for me.
There are some really lovely things scattered in here ...
I don't think it looks frumpy.. it just feels like they aren't focusing on a hip 20-30 something customer base.. more like a 30-40 something customer base with a focus less on trends and more on wearbility and comfort..
I like many of the materials used, the prints, the gold and silver pieces.. the 2nd part not so much.
Half of it I like, the other half I don't.
The simple, structured pieces are what I like. As usual.
i love the nomadic vibe to the collection. it gives it an exotic edge..though i agree that some of the pieces are shapeless
Agreed ... and all designers would be well advised to think about older customers, who might actually have some cash stashed away to pay for their things
The color palette isn't very thrilling and a few looks are lacking...
Other than that, it's a nice solid, collection...
She's been stronger in the past still...
^i passed by their store downtown here.. whole thing surrounded in glass.. and overheard these two passers-by, saying how it looks old fashioned.. colour wise.. kind of nostalgic, a past era
the whole shop was kind of washed out in grey
velvety from the street
wouldn't say it was not exciting/thrilling
rather it had its own uniqueness.. very subtle, soft..
there were colours that you had to squint to see, a foggy olive amidst the dove greys
it was really refreshing to see just before dusk
and after passing through the bright Hermes store next door
not bad for a line conceived and manufactured in china.
actually their target market is women 30+ that have a lot of dough.
Hmmm... quite like the 1-shouldered gold dress...
In case anybody is interested, the coat was in the October issue of Shape magazine.. scanned by me.. paired with the jewelry, I think it looks quite nice: