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Discussion in 'Designers and Collections' started by maxlinden, Feb 21, 2010.
Todd Lynn A/W 10 London
i post the collection 1 minute b4 u did
^ oh sorry, I did check before I posted. Perhaps a mod could delete then?
its an ok collection to me
merged threads. thanks for posting guys.
Let's be honest, it's nothing too original and Todd Lynn does, for the most part, jackets. However they are gorgeous jackets. And I look forward to seeing his collections because usually I can count on seeing clothes I'm going to like, and I have to say that watching the livestream the fur shoulders looked great.
why are so many london designers stuck in the mid 80s after like 5 years.
Wow incredible collection. Okay a lot of the jackets fasten in that same curved line manner that, along with styling and textured leathers ring some Rick Owens bells, but look at those shoulders! I am in love.
Great collection, though it is basically a collection of very nice jackets.
I know what you mean that severe shoulder feels so dated now. There is a lot about this collection I loved though. The jackets have a medieval Chinese armour feel about them and the leather details are so simple but so effective. Obviously the coats and jackets are the high point, the rest just seems like a simple backdrop on which to display them.
aaaaaaaaaaaaa gosh !!!!!!!!!!!!! looooove it ! structures are so cooooooool. this is cerebral...smart...perfect !
I like this, and the boots seem really nice.
ooh the jackets..
With the exception of one or two jackets, really a subpar collection in my view. It could certainly sell well, and it's not horrible but it just seems like re-hashed Rick Owens and the pants on the models don't look like they fit very well - so whats the point?
he's such a little helmut-haider-rick imitator and so of course (both because of that and despite it) I TOTALLY LOVE IT. gah.
I don't know any of his previous work, but I like this a lot!! I saw it on Diane Pernet's blog and I then looked for a thread here It kinda reminds me of bruno pieters (especially the fur and geometry) but now that he's closing I can look forward to Todd Lynn.
how come men's collection could be stronger than women's?
i especially like the fur, the structure is the strongest i've ever seen
but women's are like clothes on the catalogue, not show pieces
though they are not that bad