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Discussion in 'Designers and Collections' started by Geor, Jun 26, 2009.
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I was afraid of this...
The NYTimes.com review
sigh. i'm disappointed but i definitely dont hate it. i love the silhouette of the blazers, how the shoulders are cut off and come into this exaggerated shape into the rolled up sleeves. he's really deconstructing the blazer.. i would be interesting for him to do it to pants, see the different shapes he can form out of that.
all and all i like it but i miss the youthfulness of his previous collections. even last summers collection had a sophistication to it yet it was still young and fresh. perhaps the raf simons boy is growing up.. raf is going somewhere new and he's definitely experimenting..
oh! i seriously thought that snake pattern was painted on lol but its only a completely sheer shirt!
yes! this is what i've been waiting for. raf is the only mens wear designer that truly gets me excited.
at the beginning i was worried it would be a dull show. but by the end i'm happy. i actually like the use of the snakes and belt placements. it would have been nice to see the snake print on a white button up shirt though.
LOVE IT ok that might be the minimalist in me saying it but I am digging the belts the world needs this kind of clothes I feel that elegance and the importance of tailoring is disappearing but this totally has it. Ive been waiting all day for this show.
hahahaha. Demon? Gentleman? What makes a man. Raf Sinons No.1
gosh i really do like this especially the short
brown leather jacket
Wow, its so perfectly tailored. The belts are very interesting. And I love the rose gold pieces
My my the shoulder, the waist A continued exploration from FW but much more believable this time around. I do wonder if the clothes will come with belts like that or is it just a styling trick?
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i luv this im sooo fed up of the skinny hedi slimane suit , a change of sihloette was needed and raf presented the right look to replace it , the big lapel sharp blazer , belted or not with loose trousers in navy and black with a white shirt is perfect. It has a strong 40s vibe meet david bowie's thin white duke era. 10/10 for this collection .
i love the multi zipped jackets, and the puffy shoulders too !
Perfectly tailored... of course, it will always be with Raf Simons!
But this collection is the worst I've seen from him in years....
Its lost its youthfullness, which is a shame, yeah l'm all for designers seeking new terrotories, and evolving, but l think in doing this he has lost his edge, out of this collection there are about three (if that) outfits that l would see myself buying, this is not a good thing from a designer who l looked forward to every season.