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Discussion in 'Designers and Collections' started by Scott, Feb 10, 2004.
Part installation,part catwalk in the vein of Hussein Chalayan. Its just beautiful and poetic.
Her signature stripping technique or mark-making?
A model altering the clothes.
i love that collar/neck peice in the 2nd pic
Love the high collar
A different view of that blouse
The end of the collection
great idea, love it scott* thanks for posting
Is it me or is there a Belgian feel that runs throughout her work? Probably doesn't set out that way. Just the cerebral sensibility and the fact that this girl really knows and understands the traditional structure of a garmet. She's perhaps the most pure of anyone in NY,imho.
i wouldnt call it Belgian scott, there is strong romantic mood, delicate and turn of the century feeling, gentle and feminine
I was just thinking that because they are synonymous for that calm and romantic feeling. Besides that,the clothes have that artistans approach which I think they are responsible for bringing back.
the high collar is lovely
I lvoe this collection so much, the almsot antique sensitive, beautiful , poetic mood, so touching almsot
I love the high collared dress.
wowee zowee!! not bad!!! this is coming out of NY? libertine looks pretty good-marc jacobs doesn't suck? is the sky falling? maybe there is hope after all?!?... i want to see it in person-anyone know where the showroom is?
?-how do you pronounce giberson please...
I'm not sure of what showroom but I do know they sell her stuff since two years ago, at Seven and has pretty decent showing at Barney's.
She's good. I adore her work and by far the most interesting of anyone since Cianciolo.
And its pronounced Jib-erson
Beautiful. Something almost Victorian about it.
It looks so gentle and calming
the first dress!