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Discussion in 'Designers and Collections' started by Scott, Oct 3, 2009.
The last piece is making me miss the older work of Bruno so badly.
kind of reminds me of boudicca too. when i first scrolled i had to do a double take...i think maybe because it was monochrome and structured.
A lot of designers are mimicking this type of style right now but I absolutely love this...
oh my nice
Oh how I adore Sandra Backlund...
She is so brilliant and her talent knows no bounds. These pieces are simply riveting. The labor and time put into it all is so admirable and special. I can't get over how meticulous yet raw (in spirit) the details are. Gorgeous.
Hoping Helena Horstedt will show this season too...
why am i not a millionaire??
^ actually, you don't have to be a millionaire to buy one... I asked for prices last year and the range for her knits is 700 - 1000 euros... which is more than fine if you consider the work put into them and how much we are asked to pay for a stupid "it-bag"...
in my country, you have to be a millionaire to afford that.
This is amazing. The craftmanship is superb!! I really hope to see this in editorials next season
exactly and they're investments anyway. personally i would much rather buy that one very special piece than buy a bunch of throw-away stuff.
you guys should really pick up the current issue of mode depesche(it's available on am. apparel's site)....it's got a great backlund editorial and it really showcases her knits in a beautiful way. it made truly realise how priceless and timeless having pieces like that is.
you're welcome WiW completely agree.
I wouldlove to own the last white piece
I feel like some of the pieces are not translated that well (i.e. the second, third and forth ones)... i much prefer sandra's chunky knits, though they were less commercial...
Oh god I want these pieces. Scales in knitwear? Genius.
Superb as always...Much toned down in proportions yet still so beautiful