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haha. totally agree with all of this, including the will i am bit.i'm just not interested in this beyond thinking i'd happily have worn one of these tuxes at my wedding. but other than that, just has nothing to do with my everyday life.
http://www.wwd.com/runway/mens-fall-collections-2015/review/yohji-yamamoto
Dries standards like double-breasted fur-collared coats and lots of prints, plus fireman jackets and wrap skirts...hmmm
man, people can sound kinda dumb when asked questions about fashion, even those who know about fashion http://nowfashion.com/3-facts-why-raf-simons-is-a-trendsetter-for-menswear-12432
my gut reaction is that this isn't that exciting in pics but the garments themselves will be some amazing on the racks. i love the raw edges too, and the double layered jackets, and the lining protruding from pants (reminds me of Soloist—in fact a bunch of pieces, including the all green look, could easily be Soloist—as does the asymmetrical lacing on the boots).
http://i-d.vice.com/en_gb/article/raf-simons-goes-back-to-school-for-autumnwinter-15
that last one is the owner of Hotoveli
haha. vassili is buds with stephen wembacher though so I think he has to go
rick is very proudly fashion's biggest troll. it's funny sometimes, but it can get in the way. i really liked the start of this collection. like this coat, for instance, is great. its a standard peacoat tweaked in that very rick way, with the flared elongated sleeves and the triangle cutouts on the sides (you can barely see them but he does it a bunch so I'm guessing that's what's happening here), which causes the front to look like a hanging panel. gives it a kind of...
The more I look at this the more I like it. I think what Raf has been doing the last few seasons, ie looking back to his past, has produced his best stuff in recent years, maybe his best stuff since his early collections. It feels really personal and emotional, and I think the clothes have a lot of soul.
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