Telfar F/W 2019.20 New York

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  1. TheoG

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    I've always loved the idea of Telfar more than it reality...But i really like this.
    For some weird reasons, i'm into it. It get can be a black american version of Gmbh (that i really love).
    More than the clothes, the attitude is right but i wish the clothes were strong on their own.
     
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    In one hand, I find refreshing seeing new indie brands on NYFW. They give it fresh air into a stale fashion landscape, with the same establishment brands which we all know.

    But in the other hand all I see here is a bunch of junkies wearing discarded clothes from the nearest local N.Y. dumpster, mixed with some lite Gaultier and Margiela touches here and there; and quite a strong dose of logos for an obscure brand devoid of any status at all...so...I think the indie appeal gets lost here.
     
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