Susan Cianciolo F/W 09.10 New York

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  1. Scott

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    always,always true to her principle and her spirit.
     
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    what's that supposed to be??
     
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    susan is synonymous for her radical organic,arty,handicrafts style...
     
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    haven't heard of her before, sorry

    but i do love that white dress in the second post, can't really relate to the rest though....
     
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    i think it lacks refinement. it looks like a students collections from the second year.
     
  8. gius

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    i think the rawness ^is right there with her style

    i like the long green coat..

    she maybe produces these on a small quantity no? seems to be a lot of fabric manipulation by hand and printing in specific spots..
    maybe they call her line artisanal?
    it is done by her studio and not outsourced..
     
  9. Scott

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    i would consider her work as artisanal for sure. lately since she's returned to designing(she left for a few years before 2005 to concentrate on art),i think her work has become more order-based than spreading herself too much with shops. before places like colette,yasmin sewell's(now buyer for browns london) former space yasmin cho,b-store london,walter in antwerp and a couple shops in japan carried her work. so she did have a tremendous following with the buyers. she's also extremely popular in japan as well often working with japanese publications and doing exhibitions.

    if you guys want more info on susan and susan's work,please check her site and one can get formal sense of what she does in her own words.

    susancianciolo.com
     

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