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Discussion in 'Designers and Collections' started by nqth, Jan 26, 2004.
Pics are coming
The man himself
A cute checkered jacket. Checks are not much seen but so "sweet" this season.
FORD'S picked up on Yves favourite - ' pied de poule ' check .
Chicken's feet ?
Am I right , those true Frenchies out there ?
More curly hair
The slim tuxedo is nice, indeed.
I like it. It's very Yves and that Hedi cat ain't got no nothing on Yves himself. More dickie-bows though? Come on Tom...I thought you had more meat than that...
this is a little off topic
but i once took a "what breed of dog are you" quiz, and it said i was a poodle
i'm sorry it so reminds me of a waiter in a three and a half star restaurant, maybe erhhh in Dauville ? Cannes? texas?????
I would definetly not be a poodle...ick! as I would say for this collection
thats what i said
i haven't seen the entire collection, so i can't comment just yet
isnt this EXACTLY the same as the gucci collection with a minor 'french' touch
after all........isnt that what he does with the womenswear too
The 3th model reminds me of the young Yves SL indeed , kind of a "sensitive student" in 70s. The clothes are def. more grown up than at Dior, with an understated elegance.
Dior show is youthful, upbeat and modern. I think I can't say anything about rivalry between the two houses, they are very much in their own universe.
I like the dogstooth checks Esp. in the psychodelic prints Comme did some seasons ago.
Personally I think this ejaculates all over Mr. Slimane from a very tall building...but that's just me...I can tell that Lena will agree...(that it's just me)
personally, i dont think Mr. Slimane would mind that too much
nqth, i agree... from these photos, the collection seems much more "grown up"...dior fits my mood a lot more....but its not really a competition in my eyes either
what does that suppose to mean?
and why do you have to compare the two?
so different styles, no?
Different but one better than the other...