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Agreed on every account. 6 is by far my favorite.. but im not sure im to into the tailcoat on 16. not sure if i could ever dig the gold shoes, however it looks perfectly appropriate on slimane's runway. in fact, they are looking very attractive, but my assumption is that they're around $800 which puts them about $800 over the amount i would pay, and i doubt there is a single other designer who i could buy just for the look and not feel like one of santa's little helpers. i like the use of printed t-shirts and the jackets for the most part but i agree about the scarves. i've always seen them as a functional item and not exactly appropriate for wearing over a t-shirt. i think my other favorite get up is the last one which is slimane. those are some incredibly cool jeans he's wearing, and that look is basically how i dress every day. minus the scarf.I like looks 6, 16, 28 and 32. 6 and 28 are pretty much how I dress (um, no makeup though) anyway. The short brown leather jackets and belts look spectacular, but the long scarves - eh... Dries van Noten did that a white back, and East Village and Williamsburg types have been doing that for ages. Some of the looks at the end of the show are obviously for effect rather than for the buyers. Looks like Slimane' going in a pretty different direction from previous collections - a lot more street as in "hipster" rather than street as in "goth". Suits me fine, although hipster is becoming a more and more odious term.
mike c was being sarcastic... i hope for his sake that he was. you are, right mike?Dior Homme is not made to last 8 years. It's trendy clothing made for club and rock folks and that's pretty much it.
LOFL... Â Mike C., this board is supposed to be about STYLE not FASHION.. Â I wouldn't like to look like Slim's models OR Mr. Kavanagh, but between the two I'd much rather look like Mr. K.. I'm all about time and place dressing -- I certainly dress different when going out to a trendy restaurant than I do at work (albeit different in degree, not kind) -- but I agree with an earlier poster who insinuated that there is very little redeeming about dressing so effeminately. Sure, it might make some social statement -- I GET IT. -- but it's such a cliche one.