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Discussion in 'Designers and Collections' started by vogue28, Sep 27, 2020.
what a bad collection. I stopped watching midway through. some might call this „modern“; I just think most of it looks ugly and extremely bland
i cant believe but what am about to type, but why is this the love child of new bottega and dolce & gabbana?
So cheap. These clothes have zero identity. They could've been from anywhere.
Every single look has been already done. Its as if he went through the recent collections on vogue runway and picked outfits that seemed commercial enough. He and Mary should have never split.
I can’t believe what I’m going to say but Valentino urgently needs Maria Grazia Chiuri. Say whatever you want but at least they had consistency when they worked together.
What a joke. I find it incredibly offensive that designers stage a show during a pandemic to showcase this mediocre trash while burning money and risking people's health. Shame on you.
An oversized pink men's shirt with a leather mini skirt????? OH my god hahaha
Tom Ford may not have designed the most exciting collection of the season but he sure was the most clever of all. Even when you are a big brand, you don’t need to have a show when you don’t have anything strong to say!
This is Lookbook to Boutiques and Boutiques to Yoox/The Outnet and Outlets...
Those are cute clothes but seriously, if you think your work deserves a runway show, at least give us a great set and a good cast! Pierpaolo’s RTW is very one dimensional and lacks the aspirational part needed for Valentino.
Silvia Fendi won MFW.
designed by the merchandising department
what??? what in the actual f*ck!!! it’s bad! the looks look like they were randomly picked from a pile of older collections!
I never thought I’d see the day of a terrible collection from Valentino but here we are. so disappointing.
I get more of a really bad Gucci than Valentino from this.
Honestly if you change the name of the thread to Carolina Herrera SS 2021, nobody will notice the difference.
It's a pity because obviously he's going to make excuses for this laziness: "In our new reality people needs more down to Earth clothes...". I'm tired of hear that. If you're not able to deliver some decent ideas, make a goddamn lookbook.
Very underwhelming Valentino collection.
Looks like a cheap licensed show. Clothes you could find anywhere styled in the most unimaginative way.
Pierpaolo probably got tired doing those tents for couture and decided to make no effort for rtw.
Mumus and Battenberg lace for 2020? No, no, no!
I thought it was all awful and then I got a closer look at the shoes!
Looks like he's following steps of his pal Mary Grace. This collection looks repetitive and it offers nothing new to say.