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Discussion in 'Designers and Collections' started by thiago:), Mar 20, 2009.
I can only explain what I am thinking about this list in internet lingo.. so:
A more diverse list than usual, I think ...
yeah exactly. the fact that this season's Balenciaga tops the list just says it all.
I don't agree much with this list at all. Marc Jacobs and Prada do not belong in the slightest if you ask me!
WTF!! This list is totally wrong!
Keep in mind, this is the Style.com list after all...so I went in knowing that there would be a mention of Givenchy, Prada, MJ, and Balenciaga. I am pleased to see Erdem though...
Well, I definitely agree with Givenchy and Donna Karan.
They were on my top favorite collections this season.
Otherwise, this list is a bit funky.
I think it is alphabetically ordered
That is what I was thinking whats going on with fashion least favorite season to date where is Jil Sander and John Galliano let alone McQueen. Lanvin should have been higher as well
no surpriuse that Balenciaga and Lanvin are there, they love those guys!
and i'm so happy for Erdem!
I actually think this is a pretty good list. With the exception of Erdem (which is neither here nor there for me) I totally get why the collections listed were chosen.
This is wrong!!!!
No Mcqueen, Vuitton, Galliano?
This list is certainly more varied than usual, I'm glad they highlighted Ackermann, and Donna Karan deserved a mention as well.
Prada, Balenciaga, Lanvin, and a Marc Jacobs collection (for his own line or LV) are nearly always included so no surprises there, though this year I generally agree with all 4
I'm just happy that they chose to dismiss most of the tacky 80's inspired collections, though I can understand picking Marc Jacobs b/c at least he went all out
Everyone is bound to disagree over this list, or any other sort of 'definitive list'.
I'm surprised they didn't put Louis Vuitton in there. Personally though I also liked Marni. I'm also glad they didn't include Alexander Wang
well its more realistic than past seasons ( the list) , like YSL and Dior werent included because , Dior was ok, and YSL was just plain boring . I dont understand Dries van noten , I thought Nina Ricci was waaaay better.
McQueen is about the "show" not the "clothes" so it definitely doesn't deserve a "top" reputation
I'm quite happy that they included Donna Karan and Betega Veneta...
but I cannot believe they didn't put Yohji Yamamoto/Comme des Garcons well, my top 10 can't be style.com's top 10, but..:sigh:
I'm a bit irritated over balenciaga's top spot.