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Discussion in 'Designers and Collections' started by Inaya, Feb 21, 2009.
i always think he reminds me of jens laugesen a bit. still nice though and definitely one of the more progressive designers in NY.
Love how sleek it is without being hard and alienating. He manages the construction of layers, shapes, textures and the sprinkling of silvery beads/studs extremely well such that the all-black collection looks varied. I do wish he'd venture out of his all-black comfort zone to introduce shades and hues which might lend another dimension to his layering. Still, a talented designer in NY who deserves more press and attention. He's particularly good at cutting and constructing, something rare in NYFW, the proportions of his jackets are just right.
he came a long way from back in the day when he was a stylist in montreal!
There was menswear, not sure why WWD cut it out tho....I'm sure it'll pop up somewhere.
touche, alexander wang this is how a modern collection is done with finesse, an eye for structure and balance not to mention truckloads of talent.
love the skinny pants...
Loved this collection. Sequins.. disco embellishments, blue suede. Rad is so clever in the way he (quitely) revolts against the commerciality of NY.
This, to me, is modern fashion.
I love Hourani, but I hope he doesn't get too repetitive in his future collections.
A lot less linear, more cut and drape and textured this time. A much applauded approach than that of A. Wang's
Scott, I totally see the old Jens Laugesen in his work
Oooh very good...love the material choices. I'm sure this collection will do well.. Black, grey and blue, has to be fail safe + I could easily see a wide age group wearing these pieces..
Menswear and close up shots
sbw via stylezeitgeist
AMEN to that.