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Discussion in 'Designers and Collections' started by Thefrenchy, Feb 16, 2010.
I like what I'm seeing. There is a bit of Yohji/Comme des garcons about these photos
I like it. It looks very comfy and sober (white outfit).
I like it because its subdued, but I must say I see a lot of Helmut Lang/Francisco Costa/Calvin Klein/Jil Sander in this.
I don't see anything particularly new and inspiring here; lots of designers in New York have done a take on Helmut Lang and that whole arty minimalism. How are they different?
↑ Indeed! That's what I was about to say too. The looks i've seen -- most of them at least -- are thus far some rip-off of some old trend. Despite that, this collection's still OK. Pretty neat and wearable.
First words that come to mind are wearable and unpretentious.
I couldn't agree more. It's not that I don't love this aesthetic, but it can get a little tiring. Can't wait to see more pictures though.
Wearable? Yes Unpretentious? Hardly.
It is the height of pretentiousness to shroud their shows in secrecy and act like its some major privilege to be invited to their showcase of highly derivative designs.
FRONT ROW AT THE ROW
Really easy! Love it
i like what im seeing so far. i still dont know about Beatrice Ost to understand the reference.
is that a blue python clutch i see??
the one shoulder dress and funnelneck coat are gorgeous...
i actually really like the sweater ashley is wearing...i wonder if that is the row...
i love how they still can make women sexy but comfortable..which seems rare in fashion these days with female designers. There is an overwhelming male presence in fashion, but its always nice to see the womens take on things. Since we are the ones wearing the clothes!
Love the hemlines as well!
i agree with whoever said it is definitely a little pretentious...if not a lot. still looks very interesting and quite gorgeous though. Can't believe they got Anna and Carine!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
^I was somewhat surprised initially that they got Anna and Carine to attend as well! But then i thought about it and it kinda adds up, maybe(??) ...low key venue means they're serious about their work (no doubt they ever were) + a collection of great basics that have earned their reputation of great quality and versatility. I'd imagine Carine and Anna would like some of their pieces for themselves and more to the point, would see the value in including their pieces in their pages.
I WISH i could afford more pieces. I have a royal blue tee and i love it A LOT and i will covet the leather skirt forever i think! lol!
i was reading fashionista and they partnered with a high profile PR agency (i forgot the name) so a high profile front row was expected.
Plus the row is a luxury brand focused on basics. Fashion insiders are sure to be fans of it.
It's simple, but with some intricate details added to the pieces. I like it.
the selling point has to be the quality. it may look simple but when worn it feels supreme.