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Discussion in 'Designers and Collections' started by _incognito, Mar 8, 2010.
Ha. They all look like nuns and priests.
Marilyn tweet about watching it live at YSL site its that true?
AnotherMagazine tweeted that you could watch it online at YSL's site too, but nothing comes up for me..
i LOVE it so far.
More black...Wintour is not gonna be Happy. Reminds me of Givenchy f/W08.
whole collection is at nowfashion.com
I think the YSL homepage is a bit misleading, makes it look like it's going to be live without actually saying it is going to be live. Not hugely captivated by the collection yet, will be interested to see it in full.
Yes, that collection came into mind too.
There is some colour to come .
Get that gold chain around my neck right now . Being Holy never looked so good .
Love what I'm seeing so far, and I want more! Thanks for posting.
I love the electric blue... they are really the trend this season...
No thank you.
Another soulless collection from Stefano.
considering only 6 looks have been post, I'll have to save my final thoughts for later.. this doesn't look as insipid as his shows over the last couple of years so I'm very interested.. I still think he's a wonderful designer.
Lol, I was just about to type Another incoherent collection by Stefano, but I'd agree with soullessness as well.
^The whole collection is up on the nowfashion.com site. Unfortunately it looks like this the whole way through. I'll wait for it to grow on me a little before I say anything more...
This is his 4th dud in a row for me. He used to be my favorite, he's lost his touch. I wouldn't be sad to see him move onto to another project (wouldn't be surprised if he got the boot soon either). He's not accomplishing anything here anymore.
I hate it when Pilati feels the need to revisit "classic" YSL, these adaptations are meaningless and irrelevant. Just pointless really.
I love the whole Nun influence, and those bright blue shoes in the first look particularly! Although I don't really understand those necklaces, what is the pendant meant to actually be?