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post #181 of 273
il a craqué damir


I think it gets better after the first half of the show, the last few long coats look nice. Colors are ok. What's with the huge grey lines on the sleeves and stuff
post #182 of 273
I quite like the DH jackets with tiny-teeth zippers; I would put it on my wishlist if Dior wasn't doing away with discounting. Nice, but not $2-2.5k nice.
post #183 of 273

 DH really nicebiggrin.gif


Edited by Cyber7Punk - 1/20/13 at 4:08am
post #184 of 273
damir doma has been a favorite of mine so far. a few pieces are too loud for my liking though.
post #185 of 273
Quote:
In a diversion from the organic, Damir Doma re-imagines static bouclé, washed checks and corduroy in harmony with nylon and leather, forging resolute symmetries with a bold, textural depth. Defining the silhouette, a contrast stripe frames the shoulders at 90° down the back, in a graphic treatment carried throughout the collection.
post #186 of 273
bigstar[1].gif THOM BROWNE bigstar[1].gif



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Edited by steveoffice - 1/20/13 at 1:37pm
post #187 of 273
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Lanvin seems to be following Raf into the land of hopped-up kiddie-futurist Asics. Ugh.

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Can we declare baller sneakers "officially 'officially'" dead now?

The boots weren't very inspired either.

Neither was Thom Browne.

It's a pity Saint Laurent is last of all, because somehow I doubt it is going to remedy the aftertaste of everything else.
post #188 of 273
A natural progression from the house that brought us $1k Tevas.
post #189 of 273
Thread Starter 
If you mean the sandals I think you do (ss11?), they had neat hiking clip closures as well as python and neoprene detailing. Not worth 4 digits, but they had some interesting things going on. These feel like a few steps backward and many floors down.

As for Saint Laurent ....

post #190 of 273
I wanna find the asshole trend forecaster who told everyone to do sports sneakers and strangle them

SLP had a few cool pieces but overall it could've been from any trash-rock Japanese brand except it will be 5x the price
post #191 of 273
Petition to rename "Saint Laurent" "Dior Homme c 2005" and "Dior Homme" "KVA by KRISVANASSCHE in collaboration with Kris by KRISVANASSCHE"
post #192 of 273
Thread Starter 
^ Well put, and not without precedent:

post #193 of 273
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Originally Posted by GoldenTribe View Post

If you mean the sandals I think you do (ss11?), they had neat hiking clip closures as well as python and neoprene detailing. Not worth 4 digits, but they had some interesting things going on. These feel like a few steps backward and many floors down.

As for Saint Laurent ....

post #194 of 273
The only surprise at Saint Laurent is how radically unsurprising it is, it's almost shocking. It's kinda like a soufflé with a huge fuck you written on it.
post #195 of 273

saint laurent FW13 = john richmond

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