Sandra Backlund S/S 10 Paris Showroom

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  1. Scott

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  2. Scott

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    wow, amazing!
     
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    Quite lovely.
    The last piece is making me miss the older work of Bruno so badly. :cry::heart:
     
  5. Scott

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    ^i know :(

    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.
     
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    A lot of designers are mimicking this type of style right now but I absolutely love this...
     
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    oh my nice :D
     
  8. wheneveriwakeup

    wheneveriwakeup a hymn to darkness

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    Oh how I adore Sandra Backlund... :heart:
    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. :crush:

    Hoping Helena Horstedt will show this season too...

    TY Scott!
     
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    :cry:why am i not a millionaire??:cry:
     
  10. melt977

    melt977 PopWillEatItself

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    ^ 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"...
     
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    in my country, you have to be a millionaire to afford that.
     
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    This is amazing. The craftmanship is superb!! I really hope to see this in editorials next season
     
  13. Scott

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    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.
     
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    I wouldlove to own the last white piece
     
  15. gateau

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    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...
     
  16. Crying Diamonds

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    Oh god I want these pieces. Scales in knitwear? Genius.
     
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    Superb as always...Much toned down in proportions yet still so beautiful
     

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