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Discussion in 'Designers and Collections' started by runner, May 20, 2004.
Coccapani designed by Riccardo Tisci
I'm glad they want continuity now. That would be better for them so the house has one image that will be indentifiable with. The designer also will be intresting to see since, well, he's new and worked with different designers.
I like the first look very much.
Thanks for bringing this to our attention runner.
Lest they forget A.F. Vandevorst???!!!
I don't know how I feel about it. After the rude way they pulled the rug from under Haider,I thought,good riddance. Apparently,he was never even told they were having problems(which were there in the beginning of his stint) and was just told that he would be leaving after the last collection. But on the other hand,I've always loved the premise of that label.
But will it last long? Unfortunately,I don't think it will have the same impact as it did before but we'll see..
And this designer they got in....some of that stuff looks like Alexandre Matthieu to me.
hmm we will ahve to wait and see.
I fidn ruffo reasearch a very good consept and a good outlet for smaller designers.
this deisgner is ok, not the best IMO.
Regardless what happened in the past,
i'm thrilled Ruffo Research is back and i quite like their new guest designer.
thanks for the news runner
here the Ruffo related article from wwd
i'm real glad they are back with their inspiring project
Thanks Lena for the article.
...and Raf. Although they did not launch his career by any means...
I think the concept is pretty cool, keeps the label fresh. That stuff is nowhere to be found though (except some basic jackets at Bergdorf, bleh...)
I really love the clothes , their gorgeous and dramatic
beautiful, thanks for the images and the article runner
Yea, but where is the LEATHER? I only see one very Rick Owens looking jacket.
it's not ruffo, they back out of the deal with him, it's his own line