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Discussion in 'Designers and Collections' started by Lena, Feb 18, 2004.
balanced departure from her own 'cliches',
interesting combination of dark shades, a success
i like the mair+makeup, the opaque tights & her boots
i like some of the first looks...an interesting turn, i think she's found her ground.
I LOVE the last two on that second plate and the group of black. Sooooo elegant! Impressive to say the least.
Real change in direction from Sophia here - I like the way she's going
Here's what WWD says about the collection:
Her work is lovely. Thanks for the post, Lena.
I see turn of the century details/moods here too...
Personaly, i prefer her past collections, I was a bit let down by this collection, I really enjoyed the begining and th etwisted/draped goss dresses, but i felt the black pieces where a bit boring.
i like her use of mettallics.....they dont scream and are appropriate
She did the best cape I've seen from anyone thus far. Long,willowy,well-structured...superb.
I adore her past collections too,but sometimes you've got to go in a different direction,otherwise people get bored. And by far, I am more impressed by her difference in direction than anyone. She's still sticking to her greek goddess sense but it seems to be evolving to suit her situation in London--much easier to wear,it appears.
are we twins scott?
my fave piece from this collection is just this adorable cape
We might be
Btw,nice to see Erika Wall(Melanie Ward's-coincidentally-twin) doing some London shows
this is a really impressive collection, I love the colours she used and the way she matched them together - lovely show
I loved her previous collections - so I'm surprised that I really like this one too. I also agree that's it nice that she's changed her direction. I love her dresses and usually I don't like just black but she does it pretty well.
It's excellent! Is it me, or is the collection a little bit like Ann Dem? Not that I think it's a bad thing...
A wee bit,especially the draping and in the movement.