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Discussion in 'Designers and Collections' started by vogue28, Sep 18, 2020.
This photography medium is really exposing the mediocrity of collections that may have looked interesting on a runway and gotten some degree of praise as a result. Because what I see here looks as scattered as a Jeremy Scott namesake collection.
When you find the Ligne Roset armchair more intresting than anything in this collection, you know what time it is!
Looks more like a New York new brand trying to get attention desperately, rather than the designer who invented punk aesthetic.
Awful modelling and photography, I could probably do better with my cellphone and my friends...
I definitely agree!!
This collection is really not that great, and I don't see one thing that I like at all..
But, it is actually kind of interesting to see collections from a new perspective. It makes me think about the collections & shows that I find so iconic in fashion history.. how would they be perceived if they were presented in a different way?
lol, In every crowd there's always one guy wearing a speedo!
I would actually wear that plaid suit, but I'd have to skip the clown make-up.
But the funny thing is the sales of VW went up last season according to an article of Vogue Business on Wechat. I haven't went to there shop for a long time and I only bought one or two items from them before
I think it's because the archival & vintage pieces are so trendy right now and that's carrying some weight on the brand at retail. Most of the new pieces are just hideous.