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post #61 of 368
I'm in Paris from Friday - Monday. Anyone else going ?
post #62 of 368
Fujiwara was great. Like, pinch hitting for the Prada team during a slump season. j/k, it's good, and better than others they've presented.
post #63 of 368
i actually loved the jil sander lineup. i wish i was as baller and rich to wear every outfit.
post #64 of 368
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Originally Posted by snake View Post
+1 Milan was disappointing overall.

Isn't it always? I mean, for me, it always serves as a reminder that Paris is coming up.

That said:

- Whenever current Raf (for Jil Sander) does anything I like he seems to fuck it up the next season. I really liked the bright colors he used for SS11, but the ones this season are universally worse / watered down shades. Still, I have to say, he still cuts the best slim pants IMO.
- Pretty much everything about Burberry sucked, from the colors to the overwrought details.
- I usually find Prada, at the very least, entertaining. Not this time.
- Trussardi, with it being an all leather collection, had some interesting textures. Too bad the clothes themselves are Eurotrash.
- Marni was okay, Fujiwara was good except for the shoes that did go with the rest of the collection (not that I'll remember either of them in a week).
- Everthing else was boring or bad.

Off runway, Devoa is good / interesting:

http://scoute.org/blog/?p=836

Bring on Paris!
post #65 of 368
i liked the fujiwara outerwear a lot but the styling seems pretty rough. i love thom browne x moncler 4evr and always... (not being ironic)
post #66 of 368
Full Fujiwara presentation, bigger pics here

I like the oversized pockets X hairdresser belt/not-a-skirt thing

post #67 of 368
Change the shoes and pant cuffs and this is all me.
post #68 of 368
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Originally Posted by Platypus View Post
Isn't it always? I mean, for me, it always serves as a reminder that Paris is coming up. That said: - Whenever current Raf (for Jil Sander) does anything I like he seems to fuck it up the next season. I really liked the bright colors he used for SS11, but the ones this season are universally worse / watered down shades. Still, I have to say, he still cuts the best slim pants IMO. - Pretty much everything about Burberry sucked, from the colors to the overwrought details. - I usually find Prada, at the very least, entertaining. Not this time. - Trussardi, with it being an all leather collection, had some interesting textures. Too bad the clothes themselves are Eurotrash. - Marni was okay, Fujiwara was good except for the shoes that did go with the rest of the collection (not that I'll remember either of them in a week). - Everthing else was boring or bad. Off runway, Devoa is good / interesting: http://scoute.org/blog/?p=836 Bring on Paris!
Yeah, Milan has always more or less been the precursor to the big show (Paris). So excited for tomorrows presentations. I really like what Devoa has been putting out. Good materials, styling, and cut. Besides the outerwear though, their stuff just doesn't make me feel that I need it in my life. A bit too understated for me I guess.
post #69 of 368
post #70 of 368
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Originally Posted by Lane View Post
Rick Owens FW 2011
Love the first look: Pictures also available on GQ: LINK Damn. I actually like (really like) a Rick Owens collection*. There is more structure and more refinement whilst the vision / spirit remains clearly Rick Owens. *Okay, I did like Exploder, but other than that I was never a fan
post #71 of 368
I thought RO was pretty boring tbh
post #72 of 368
The Rick show was comical.
post #73 of 368
you guys for the most parts know nothing and associate ro with leathers and t shirts that you resell with your BoO on the b&s section. This was a complete cohesion between his first men's collection and the tailoring of gleam and crust.
post #74 of 368
I love the picture of Rick at the end of the GQ slideshow. Also I didn't really like the brown boots that were in a couple of looks and the thick looking grey pants were cool
post #75 of 368
Agree with Kunk. Looks like he fixed the perma-shrug fit on his tailored pieces shoulders, so that gets props.
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