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Discussion in 'Designers and Collections' started by kimair, Oct 10, 2009.
starting with new york...
all from wwd...
new york continued...
milan up next...
last chunk of paris...
wow - excellent read. So much to absorb, and so interesting to hear what each area / shop had to say. Thanks for posting!!
Thank you. I was waiting for this
Thanks it was interesting to read! Insightful
thankyou!!! the best bit i got out of it, is that they are trying to support vionnet!!! yes pleasee
love this perspective, so interesting!
Thank you for all the info. I wish Neiman's offered better menswear. They really lack in that area.
It's always interesting to read these at the end of each show season, not because the designers who are listed as "favorites" ever really changes very much, but why the collections singled out by retailers were successful.
I'm not at all surprised to see names like Celine, Dries and Lanvin on so many of the lists. They seemed like money in the bank.
i've been looking forward to this post! thanksssssss
no one mentioned vandevorst? there were some fantastic pieces in that collection.
surprising too they didn't have maria luisa buyer robin schulie part of this.
I knew Dolce & Gabbana would be a favourite. That collection was a complete cash magnet.
I love reading this every season and I'm sort of delighted that only one or two people cited Balmain as their favourite collection...compared to the many buyers who loved it the past 2 seasons. Guess at some point they can't get over the high pricing any more.
thanks for posting this kimair
Another year with stores filled with Rodarte.
I read some mentioned not enough evening wear from Paris, and I also wondered why. Did designers forget that women still dress up for parties?
I agree I thought more people would have mentioned vandevorst as a fav...
Quite the opposite, they just remembered that most women have no need for expensive party clothes and evening gowns.
It's about what people are buying, and apparently party dresses aren't it.