Valentin Yudashkin S/S 2019 Paris

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  1. vogue28

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  2. jeanclaude

    jeanclaude Well-Known Member

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    I see fabrics...walking fabrics with some vague resemblances to clothes.
     
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    Sometimes the simplicity of a set can add so much to the looks! I think the presentation and styling looks great here.
    Regarding the looks, it was a mistake to clearly delineate the fact that two designers worked on this (I'm assuming.) The Asian elements at seems so far removed from the Eloe Saab mediocrity at the end. Why not just streamline the entire collection with one of the two? And while the design elements look great, I don't think sheeny satin was the right choice.
     

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