The Everything 'Alber Elbaz' Thread *Update* Inks New Deal with Richemont

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  1. Nymphaea

    Nymphaea Well-Known Member

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    esquire singapore sept19 digital edition
     
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    Even if they're totally not "me", I do have to say, those Tod's shoes are really cute. Although, I admit, I'm totally biased towards the designer. Had any other designer's name been attached to it, like Donatella or Alessandro or JW (What does JW even stand for anyways? Dont' answer that), I probably wouldn't think such warm happy thoughts towards them.
     
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    Alber in the video is hilarious! Perhaps it's my general feeling of meh! toward Tod's that's influencing my feelings about this capsule.
     
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    If you told me those shoes and video were J.Crew, I would believe you.

    It's a no for me.
     
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    I got these exact silver mirror men's by Lanvin :)
     
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    dior_couture1245 Fat Karl

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    Curious to see the results...although “AZ Fashion” is a horrible name.
     
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    We want you to save Dior or Chanel and you do this to us?
    :cry::cry:
     
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    Oh Lord.. AZ Fashion sounds cheap.
     
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    I wonder if it is actually a label or if it is some type of "service" to fashion, like consultancy or something. I'm very curious either way.
     
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    AZ Mode would have been a bit more chic...
     
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    AZMode, AZAtelier, A-Z, just AZ anything but not AZfashion. That sounds like an ailing fast fashion brand. Anyway, I'm excited to see this unfolds and wish him the best. However, I still think he's the best person to rejuvenate Dior.
     
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    Could it be that AZFashion is just the name given to the partnership legal agreement, rather than the actual label?
     
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    The name reminds me of those « edgy », underground French magazines from the 80’s...
    Terrible!
    That being said, I find it weird that Richemont takes chances with Alber. He has a signature and is really talented but I don’t really see him having his own line as crazy as it sounds...

    From Laroche to YSL, from Krizia to Lanvin, his work has always been consistent but I don’t know if it’s enough to have his own line today. He can be like Dries but I think I was excited about him going at Dior because that combination can produce fireworks....

    And it’s so weird to release statements that are beyond vague. Like you are announcing a partnership and yet, nobody gets what it’s all about.
     
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    Slightly more information in this article by Vanessa Friedman

    nytimes
     
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    I don’t know why but his project gives me Stefano Pilati’s RANDOM IDENTITIES vibes...
    And even if it’s not really discussed here, it’s a honest and clever way to think fashion. The products are good, well made and well priced...Even if it’s a bit underwhelming given the talent and the possibilities of Stefano.

    It’s a bit sad that the way to disrupt Fashion has more to do with everything except the clothes.
     
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    AZFashion sounds like a youtube channel that does slideshow countdowns of "The Top 5 Designers in History"
     
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    This sentence condenses fashion industry in this era of marketing designers.
     
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    Can you imagine the type of people he may hire on that « start-up » mentality!
    A ton of people like the guy at Lanvin who believes that their best assets are their youth?
    I’m around that mid 30’s age range but I find it so stupid! I can see old Alber trying to speak to a generation of customers that doesn’t necessarily cares about him and seeking validation from a team of designers who thinks that all that matters is a great IG strategy....

    He really should have went to Dior.
     
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