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Discussion in 'Designers and Collections' started by Spacemiu, Oct 9, 2004.
I love this collection, inspired by nuns
I strongly, strongly dislike it.
perverse nuns and alter boys?? I don't get it really.
I like some of the tailoring. And there's a couple dresses I like as well but overall I find the concept rather disgusting.
thank you Spacemiu
here is "what we'll see in stores" collection for S/S 05, btw.
As far as the runway collection, not bad. Nothing outstanding, but some very interesting wearable pieces.
This show is really bad. I'm quite surprised. The leather jackets runner posted look incredible. But the clothes in the show were just plain ridiculous.
i never like his shows...i think he does a couple of things pretty well sweaters,lthr jkts...but not enough for a runway show... his ideas are not really developed and everything looks the same...
and nothing on the runway looks very good to me...
Loving those leather jackets, the rest is decent but nothing new.
nothing is really new except the fabrics he used this time. i agreed with Scott with the perverse nuns and alter boys. It's strange and scary (the theme and inspiration). but i have to say i really like this thingie here (her top)
You know,I never quite understood the attention he's recieved. Sure he does nice things as you stated,but it always seemed a bit too close to what Ann Demeulemeester does. It's always hard to tell which is which. Never a real distinction of individual style....something that says this is Rick Owens.
And this one is no different. Alot of the pieces remind me TOO much of past Boudicca and Chalayan collections. Maybe even Carol Christian Poell in the menswear.
Maybe its just me but I just prefer looking at a designer's work and not being able to compare with other talents. Unfortunately,these days its a very rare attribute.
And this idea of his....just doesn't seem cohesive me. I mean what does bra tops,short trousers and platform boots have to with nuns? Sounds quite perverse and silly. I mean,I love eclesiastical influences but not in this way. Take a note from A.F. Vandevorst circa A/W 01.