Rundholz F/W 10.11 Paris

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    Lots of loud tributes in the collection, especially for the Japanese, but overall, I think this collection is filled with so many beautiful pieces, from the first dress, some of the skirts and every single one of the jackets, I'd love to acquire them all. :wub:
    and kudos for such a diverse casting that proves how this type of clothing isn't just for specific body types.
     
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    i didnt notice the casting (dont usually look at the models) until you pointed it out, but i concur. thank you for posting this mullet!
     
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    Some of those jackets/ capes are amazing - especially with those large bags and belts. Great stuff!
     
  7. Inaya

    Inaya vertebrae by vertebrae

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    MP I agree it's very derivative of Japanese and Ann as well but it doesn't bother me either since it's so cohesive and filled with things we love like texture and raw hems, etc. thanks as always for the pics :heart:
     
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    there are good thing, but i don't like the style in general
     
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    i agree inaya....forgetting the obvious,this somehow speaks to me..hauntingly so.
     
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    I have a few items from the diffusion line (Rundholz Dip) and I should add that not only does the sizing allows for more diverse body types than the inspiring Comme or Yohji, etc., but many pieces are also machine-washable and take advantage of the natural drying for texture. Much softer financially :smile:
     

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