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Discussion in 'Designers and Collections' started by hedikid, Sep 14, 2010.
I'd wear every single piece.
I absolutely love this! It was always going to be interesting to see how Theysken's vision would work with Theory and this looks like such a successful collaboration. So happy to have him back!
this is soo gorgeous!! good to see his work again!
they need to stock theory somewhere in my city pronto!!! each individual piece looks comfortable as ever, wearable and versatile. i'd be happy to wear this entire collection for the rest of my life... haha. the black ankle boots are so mod, so adorable.
am i missing sumthing here? kinda disappointed coming from him.
hmm... i'd lie if i said that this was his most creative collection. but this isn't olivier theyskens designing for himself but for a commercial chain retailer that focuses on classics. i think we all know what he's capable of creatively... but we've seen what happened when he got too experimental. i just think it's great that he's working on something, high end label or not.
it's good cause Olivier can't do something outlandish. reworking classic pieces should be the best for him right now.
Amazing! Totally love it.
i loooooove everything in this collection
you know,looking at it kind of takes me back to his earlier days,actually. certainly not as extreme,but there are loads of pared down signatures i remember from his last couple collections i see elements of in this.
commercial,it is indeed,but thankfully once again more pure and genuinely him.
Amazing, who'd have thought Theory could ever be relevant. Wonder what the prices are like
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love it! Clean crisp and tailored - the reason I go back to Theory time after time.
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fantastic! every look seems so put together, yet easy and simple.... i wanna see that bluish leather jacket up close
I have to agree. I think people are so quick to gush over it just because of who Olivier is when the clothing is status quo for Theory.
is olivier theysken with Theory for the long run or is this just a one time collaboration?
The silhouettes remind me more of his work for Nina Ricci than anything he did before that (own line/Rochas). I love how immediate to the eye this is, perhaps I'm getting lazy but seriously, these are all no-brainer kind of pieces.. just the right dose of comfort and elegance.
Thanks for the HQs, Nico!.