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Discussion in 'Designers and Collections' started by vogue28, Jan 27, 2021.
Apparently the inspiration was Rupaul's Drag Race challenge themed "Drag on a Dime".
It's a boot for me.
It's as tragic as Givenchy's couture collection for F/W 2002 designed by Julien Macdonald. There's no joy, no passion, it's just a hot mess.
So now Rodarte sisters design for them?
They were so promising. What happened? This is emperor new clothes at best.
I actually like a lot of this insanity. Its like covid ravaged through a Valli collection and spat it right back out. Im not bored and thats an accomplishment.
Who knew they had a bit of van Beirendonck in them? It's all fun and interesting to watch as a spectacle, but not very evolved.
If these dresses could speak we would be terrified...
They covered the models with glue, and then asked them to roll over all their fabric storage...and here´s the result!
What’s their excuse this year for all the patch work? I feel like they’ve been doing patch work every season for the last couple of years.
at this point would respect all these houses to take a season off. blame it on Covid. on whatever. just don't torture our eyes