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Discussion in 'Designers and Collections' started by Fashion_Girl22, Jan 19, 2012.
I don't like it, sorry.
I only like the first part of it. I'm not a big fan of the Rick Owens' aesthetic, so the toned down pieces were the best for me. I liked the shape of the outfits that included those high-waisted pants and slim top. It was visually appealing to me.
But then the second part (starting in #5 after the first to looks for me), is pretty much everything I hate about that brand
I always hate his collections. And this collection is no exception. Sorry.
It does feel different than what I am normally exposed to when it comes to him. Not overly in love with anything here. The high-waisted pants do a good job of changing things up and the frayed jackets are fun if nothing else. That scarf leather is cool for all the right ways if I have to admit.
i actually really adore the evolved direction here more than anything. kind of moving away from the overdone nomad look. it's nice to see he can move beyond one schtick whilst maintaining his aesthetic.
i wonder what his inspiration was for the billowy stuff at the end? it kind of reminds me of hazmat suits meeting slaughterhouse worker.
I really tried to change my perception of him.
but its just no, yes it evolved along the years, but just no. sorry :/
he's genius imo. I love how he didn't just do the silhouette of the season like everyone else. He really elongated the legs with the high waist and gave them a cropped leather jacket. This one i absolutely need
i luv the first half...it feels fresh coming from rick.
All I kept thinking while looking through those first looks with the high-waisted trousers was that he should just stick to skirts. The outerwear this time around isn't much better. Rather than looking voluminous those oversized pieces just look two sizes too big. Maybe that was the point, but if so, you have to wonder why.
Very funny to see the evolution in this collection. It makes me a bit torn about it.
On the one hand I find the show very appealing visually . I like the graduation, the evolution of the shapes and silhouettes. The edgy fabrics, the geometry in the printed lines but also in the cuts of the clothes. So I find this show quite good and as a stylist it must be very inspirational.
On the other hand though, and I talk as a client I'm not totally convinced about this. There's some very good looks. I love the jackets that seem to have scarves attached, the sorted of draped man blouse are also beautiful. But then I'm not sure the pants will be flattering on everybody, and those boxed silhouettes are simply unwearable. The footwear is quite bland as well.
i sense some stunt casting...
that said... HELL TO THE NO to those high waisted pants. i can wear pants that high when i'm 80, thank you very much.
safe for that, it's surprisingly tame.
i'm in a bind about this, because i worship the ground owens walks on...there are about four looks from this i truly love....but i still love it.
Some of this deliciously severe, sometimes a little too severe, like those oversized jackets. The high-waisted pants should have never come into existence. Why would a guy want to wear something like that?
Meanwhile, the jackets are TOTALLY awesome. The footwear also. I just wish his brand wasn't so bloody expensive