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Discussion in 'Designers and Collections' started by vogue28, Jul 2, 2018.
An absolute embarrassment.
It's bold but i'm bored.
You can have the most skilled atelier, total creative control and all of that, if you don't have the sensibility of a Couturier, no matter how hard you try, it's never going to work.
Great cast! I wish Clare had the same cast at Givenchy...
It's lacking in comparison to his other work, everything looks rehashed and disorganized, and the collection as a whole lacks cohesion. This is so disappointing.
Wtf. I actually like some of his previous collections for Schiaparelli but I don't know what he was thinking when he was making this.
Disrespectful to Elsa's memory/legacy.
Season after season this house get away with throwing a bunch of completely unrelated looks together under the guise of artistic expression, and seem to get the pass time and time again.
I see this mess trying very hard to rival Pierpaolo's Valentino, but with less than an ounce of wit and intellect.
All the looks util the "big pink lobster" are real couture material, after that is a crazy mess. I would save this look tho.
I like all Schiaparelli couture collections,
i love this one, i loved his first HC for Schiaparelli.
Bertrand Guyon is very creative. Imo.
I get that it’s never quite fair to judge HC on your computer display, nor iPhone— no matter the resolution of the pic. That maybe as seemingly excessive and same old same old as Chanel may be— or as (literally) beige as Dior looks, it’s that rarified privilege of the fit, construction, luxury and personal pampering that gives these pieces a life of their own.
But this is like HC vomit. It’s literally throwing up everything that’s already existed before— but as a worse, discount version of the real thing. Why would any women who can buy anything, waste her time with this?
Badass collection. Very artistic, some pieces remind me of Matisse's artwork. I love this!
If you'd take apart a few outfits I bet you'd find nice pieces that could be pared with simple garments... but as a whole I'm not sold
My problem is that his interpretation of archival pieces are way too literal and in your face. Many times it is very heavy handed. With an editing eye and more sharper focus, it can be very wonderful. I always find some beautiful pieces in his collections. Just that it doesn't connect as a whole. At least I enjoy the craftsmanship of the atelier though.