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post #16 of 25
you too can look like a disco ball
post #17 of 25
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Koji, I just read that bio page of yours. You've performed with Baryshnikov? Wow. I really don't know very well how highly he's regarded here in North America, but from a Russian's perspective, that's very respectable.
Amongst ballet and modern dance aficionados and cognoscenti, he's still god. We did wryly note, however, that the aggregate age of our audiences (especially from the female side) lowered at least ten years after his appearances on Sex and the City. koji
post #18 of 25
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(meaculpa @ June 09 2005,21:30) Koji, I just read that bio page of yours. You've performed with Baryshnikov? Wow. I really don't know very well how highly he's regarded here in North America, but from a Russian's perspective, that's very respectable.
Amongst ballet and modern dance aficionados and cognoscenti, he's still god. We did wryly note, however, that the aggregate age of our audiences (especially from the female side) lowered at least ten years after his appearances on Sex and the City. koji
Indeed, he is still god. You gotta love the pople that went to see him because he was in Sex and the City, not because his, um, you know "˜skill'... Jon.
post #19 of 25
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(Thracozaag @ June 10 2005,12:45)
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Originally Posted by meaculpa,June 09 2005,21:30
Koji, I just read that bio page of yours. You've performed with Baryshnikov? Wow. I really don't know very well how highly he's regarded here in North America, but from a Russian's perspective, that's very respectable.
Amongst ballet and modern dance aficionados and cognoscenti, he's still god.  We did wryly note, however, that the aggregate age of our audiences (especially from the female side) lowered at least ten years after his appearances on Sex and the City. koji
Indeed, he is still god. You gotta love the pople that went to see him because he was in Sex and the City, not because his, um, you know "˜skill'...   Jon.
Don't get me wrong, he's a good actor... koji
post #20 of 25
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The jacket looks cut well enough but the crotch is too low.
post #21 of 25
Looks like something Hedi Slimane Dior Homme was doing four years ago. Bryan Ferry had a lurex Dior Homme suit that resembled that for his 2001 Roxy Music reunion tour. Sigh. Versace has slid since Gianni's untimely death. While I don't think I would have worn his clothes even could I have afforded them at that time there was a wit and flair apparent in them, and enough touches of elegance to ensure that while there was madness to his method there was method to his madness. I haven't seen any innovation and little creativity in Donatella's designs. While the above might just be me being cranky, Versace's fortunes have slid as well. I believe the scale of the shows has had to be cut down (or was some of it eliminated) while shops have had to close.
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(meaculpa @ June 09 2005,14:01)
Klatuu  barada  nikto .
I was going to write "take me to your leader", but yours is even better. koji
post #23 of 25
The fabric sucks and everything else sucks but the cut of the jacket, shape of shoulders, short cut and lapel shape.. I dig it, although the sleeves look too baggy for my taste. the hedi slimane Luster line was quite different - much more respectable IMO. It's a completely different style, despite using shiny fabric.
post #24 of 25
It appears to be a shot Dupioni silk? Versace used to have their Gianni Versace Couture line which is now only Gianni Versace.
post #25 of 25
is it just me and/or my monitor, or are the trousers a different color from the jacket? that's disturbing. i can understand why he is wearing dark sunglasses. probably wearing a wig, too.
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