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Discussion in 'Designers and Collections' started by ignitioned32, May 5, 2004.
for someone who rarely visits new york, he seems to have a lot of new york friends...(i always thought that james kaliardos lived in new york)
I saw more Balenciaga fall 04 pieces the other day and I have to admit, it wasn't that hot. And for anyone wondering, the fit issues have STILL not been corrected. How is that possible? I guess all this criticism is more than deserved? I think my opinion is slowly changing.
i only put that (not to dabble into his personal life too much) but it always seems like such a big to-do when he comes to new york when previously he made it sound like he travels back and forth frequently visiting his new york freinds and in particular mr. kaliardos (maybe things have cooled between them since that vogue interview from last year)
No, I know that they are still together.
Perhaps Nicolas is exaggerating his little love affair with New York? You're right, he must be coming here more often than he lets on. At the Costume Institute thing he said he hadn't been in NY since the store opening in February 2003. How could that be true?!
I don't care if Nicolas is flattering New Yorkers or not! I am thinking exactly what he said! NYC pumps you up! Good for the youthful people!
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a question they should of asked: How to pronounce his last name
I am glad he is doing so well. I just don't like his stuff. His style is far from original Balenciaga, but people like it so that's great. I can't really comprehend his pieces or his design style though.
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mucho thanks Lena I wanted to make sure I wasn't overly butchering his name...
agreed the sweetest
most welcome mehg