Tim Hamilton S/S 10 Paris

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  1. adorefaith

    adorefaith i'm almost ready..

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    As far as I understand it, this is Tim's first womenswear collection.. it didn't receive a good review on style.com but I quite like it..:heart: i think there's a lot of potential. The fabrics look beautiful and the draping is nice. I love the first look on stephanie carta...(#13) and then #20 as well.. both really delicate and lovely.

    I think those tight strapless dresses could definitely have been left out, and i'm not crazy about that red colour either, but otherwise I see quite a lot here that i like. I find it focused and not overly ambitious, which I think can be a really good thing..

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    adorefaith i'm almost ready..

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    adorefaith i'm almost ready..

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    adorefaith i'm almost ready..

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    adorefaith i'm almost ready..

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    the last 4 looks..

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  6. gius

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    thanks for posting the collection, adorefaith :lucky: i think it's a great start for him, not too much of a force, like Phoebe at Celine. he has some nice ideas.. the only thing that puts me off is those jodhpurs and cummerbund, which imo will die away very soon. they're just too.. out there i think. but the rest seems quite easy to add to the wardrobe, and timeless especially with the neutral colour. he seems to design them with layering in mind. a few pieces with unexpected folds and slashes, very nice... i read he is from the U.S. and it does sort of feel like that, someplace urban. and with a lot of concrete
     
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    Ugh...a nasty, condescending review from Phelps, no? :ninja: I hate these fashion journalists sometimes, they sold their souls to the advertising mega-brands and then flex their muscles on the smaller guys.

    This collection is Paris-worthy, imo. It's got a pared-down, distilled Haider Ackerman vibe that makes it wearable and accessible. Witty touches in there as well, especially the assymmetrical pieces - such simple but effective techniques.
     
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    Does anyone take style.com seriously when it comes to fashion criticism anymore?
     
  10. mikeijames

    mikeijames no tom ford, no thanks.

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    it's cute, but did we really need another designer doing these same silhouettes?
     
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    Actually, this is his second womenswear collection. First shown on a runway though. Here are a few photos of his first. I've seen more, I think, but I can't remember where.
     
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    I really love the looks and also the sandals...
     

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