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post #121 of 498
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Originally Posted by macuser3of5 View Post
Well, no pictures = speculation. I'm just going by the stella collab & the v&r collab which produced mostly junk.

The acneXlavnin stuff wasn't anything special (mostly basics), the women's had some cool stuff. The pricing was more lanvin than acne, though.

I really liked the Acne x Lanvin stuff. Maybe I'm the only one? Even though it was just basics, they were all done impeccably (from what I saw). They weren't mindblowingly awesome or anything, but they were good enough that I was disappointed that the most recent collaboration didn't have any men's stuff.
post #122 of 498
yeah i still am looking for the denim shirt from that acne x lanvin collab. have the jeans. fit nice but were expensive as fuck even when i bought then like 60-70% off retail.
post #123 of 498
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Originally Posted by Lane View Post
loolololollolololoololololl x N

nothing more needs to be said.


You wear H&M and Gap v-necks...who are you? lol
post #124 of 498
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Originally Posted by clarksdb View Post
You wear H&M and Gap v-necks...who are you? lol

meh, I don't wear them anymore. However, if I did I wouldn't have illusions of grandeur. You named yourself after crappy shoes. I didn't name myself babygap, sir.
post #125 of 498
The women's Lanvin x Acne was really neat.

I've had good luck with H&M stuff. I bought some black dress shirts for work when I was working in a restaurant and they held up for a good bit of time even with all the labor I was doing in the back. I like their pants which fit well, come in a decent selection of colours, and are only $25. Socks are cheap and rule.

At least the Lanvin stuff will be interesting. Doubt I'll be lining up to buy anything though.
post #126 of 498
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Originally Posted by dwyhajlo View Post
I really liked the Acne x Lanvin stuff. Maybe I'm the only one?

I didn't actually see it in person, but based on the press photos I liked it. It was simple (as is Alber Elbaz's preference, I think) with a little twist"”like lots of navy and black combos. I agree about the pricing though"”I hope the "H&M going luxury" tag doesn't mean they'll be charging much more than $150 for a jacket or $50 for a shirt.
post #127 of 498
I don't think Elbaz would have done the Lanvin-Acne menswear, that's Ossendrijver's territory
post #128 of 498
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Originally Posted by KitAkira View Post
I don't think Elbaz would have done the Lanvin-Acne menswear, that's Ossendrijver's territory

Yes. Good point. He probably only gets involved with the menswear if he really rejects something. Interestingly enough, compared to the darks of the Acne (that were prevalent in the ads anyway) according to Elbaz the womenswear might be "happy," which may be a change for the women.
post #129 of 498
I would be really interested to see Ossedrijver and Elbaz swap for one of these collaborations just for the hell of it. I think I'd quite like Elbaz's menswear (assuming, of course, that he actually knows how to make menswear ). Agreed that LanvinxAcne menswear was really meh and overpriced (imo). A lot of the womens coats were decent though. It's like mens had more Acne influence than Lanvin and the opposite was true for womens
post #130 of 498
i'm pretty sure elbaz has a pretty strong influence on the men's wear as well. if he didn't, he wouldn't be on stage with ossendrijver at every men's runway show.
post #131 of 498
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Originally Posted by KitAkira View Post
Would never ever ever buy H&M shoes, price and quality tend to be more closely related in footwear (non-sneaker). Never actually saw the Jimmy Choo x H&M shoes, but I doubt they were very nice in person

They were boring as fuck. Came to the Vancouver H&M and all I saw were Chelsea boots and plain side-zips. Leather felt fine, but I'm not sure it was worth the money. Rubber soles. I didn't see the entire men's line though. Women's looked alright.
post #132 of 498
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Originally Posted by CBrown85 View Post
They were boring as fuck. Came to the Vancouver H&M and all I saw were Chelsea boots and plain side-zips. Leather felt fine, but I'm not sure it was worth the money. Rubber soles. I didn't see the entire men's line though. Women's looked alright.

the boots were boring. the women's stuff was almost all shit and much of it went on sale. the men's bags sold out instantly. women were buying them up.
post #133 of 498
I saw the choo collab leather jackets still on the racks months after the release, leather, stitching and details all looked pretty crapy and I'm sure most people you bought the mens bags ended reselling or regretting.
post #134 of 498
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Originally Posted by canstyleace View Post
I'm sure most people you bought the mens bags ended reselling or regretting.

dingding
post #135 of 498
I bought a black calfskin messenger bag from h&m x jimmy choo collection. No complains after a year of use. I'll buy something from h&m x lanvin collection. Should be few good pieces, at least hoping so.
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