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Discussion in 'Designers and Collections' started by Spacemiu, Oct 4, 2004.
i love this black detail with the hand
it looks very promising
I quite like that lace detail too!
Not liking it so far.
very good.... and the models' faces were a little...?!
interesting... need to see more though.
i didnt like the lace thing
(mainly due to the proportions and the type of lace used here)
but the red and the white dresses posted are fab
Overall, I did not like it. The shapes/silhouette and style of the pieces were very reminiscent of those in his Spring 2004 collection, with a few exceptions. It is not that continuity is a bad thing, it's nothing is new at all. Also, avant-garde designers using the white shirt is pretty much a cliche for me now. It was fresh at first, now it's getting tired. Though I still like how Yamamoto did it in this collection, a bit.
The few pieces I liked.
I'm ing it!
I like this very much Runner - its beautiful & very wearable. I love the top, I have a thing about tops with flowers & ruffles on them! I must be a repressed romantic....
i really feel like some of these designers are channelling the ghost of carolyn kennedy. i like how forcefully yohji mixed his trademark volume with an almost couture sophistication. if i had to predict a trend based on this collection, i would say that minimalism is sneaking its way back onto the radar. but instead of that sharp, uniform of the nineties, we have this modern, luxurious, almost decadadent overabundance of fabric and detail.
Beautiful, romantic, and complex, as usual - did not expect anything less . Now if only the menswear was on par with the womenswear...
The models all look so disgruntled.
you do realize of course that she wore a HUGE ammount of yohji...so if this looks like her...that would be why...
no offence to Yojhi fans but i find this kind of fashion a bit odd and almost pretentious. i cant make any sence out of it or why anyone would find it appealing
i do realise, of course
Yep, she was a regular at the NYC Yamamoto boutique.