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*** Official F/w 2011 Runway Thread ***

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by A Fellow Linguist, Jan 14, 2011.

  1. delakingois

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    Why there's no valentino again. I really like their men's collection, as well as Fendi for men.

    It seems like the only boutique carry Valentino men's collection is the one on Madison ave.

    I called the vegas Boutique yesterday and they no longer carry it.

    I sometimes see a few jackets or shirts in saks 5th ave, but very limited.
     
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    Marni is very nice, like the jackets. I don't wear skirt :p.

    I'm traditional so I hate these shoe's sole.

    Gucci is out. Looks very Burberry.
     
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    D&G looks very street wear. Full video is here But Hey, D&G, what are you doing? Last year is Micky Mouse, this season is Coca Cola? I can get a Coca Cola logo tee for free honestly, but not paying 200 bucks. Some of the pieces are still nice so, and the color is very lovely, which makes me think of am I watching an Abercrombie Fitch & Dolce Gabbana collaboration?
     
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    Like the colors on jil but don't like the pieces.

    Still much better than all black garbage.

    GF boots are interesting.
     
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    what's the fucking deal with prada [​IMG] lol "badass"
     
  8. sipang

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    so, who's buying the Lurex sweater ?

    [​IMG]
     
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    ^ Would go well with Mike's leprechaun fit.
     
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    The drop in quality from Burberry is pretty huge. They had a good run, probably the most consistent collection every season since Hedi left Dior, but I guess it's time to pass the top spot to someone else...

    The Missoni stuff is great, I've been liking their stuff for the last few seasons actually.

    I used to understand the Raf hype, but for about the last 4 years so, he's just been running on fumes. If you look back to his collections before ~2005, he used to have such innovation and really amazing ideas. I don't understand how people still hold him in such high regard.
     
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    Marni is pretty cool, but the hat mixed with some of the hairstyling is giving me Boy George visions. I liked this one:

    [​IMG]

    You could probably pair these shoes with that Burberry coat:

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    Is it an instant ban on this forum if I admit that I liked this particular Versace look?:

    [​IMG]
     
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    Is it an instant ban on this forum if I admit that I liked this particular Versace look?: [​IMG]
    Nah, Versace has actually been improving since Plokhov has been at the helm. Can't get much more internet-approved than half of the Cloak duo. Speaking of which, is he still doing it or did he quit to focus on his own line?
     
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    He's left Versace. Like you said, now he's doing his own line.
     
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    can't fucking wait for thursday!
     
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    +1 Milan was disappointing overall.
     
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    http://alexandermcqueen.com/int/en/c...1_aw_mens.aspx

    McQueen in video. First third is like she is trying so hard to prove that the line is going to remain infused with McQueen that she forgot to make the clothes look good. Then it improves. There were a couple of good points. FW10 was better.
     
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    +1 Milan was disappointing overall.

    Wasn't really expecting a huge amount - I mean (for people like us on this forum), isn't it pretty much a warmup in anticipation of Paris?

    Speaking of Paris, is Undercover going to be showing in Paris this year? They aren't listed in the itinerary in the first post, and the combination of Takahashi's minimal web presence and my weak Google-Fu has made finding any details nigh impossible.

    Favorites from Milan were probably:
    Missoni
    Zegna
    Vivienne Westwood
    Costume National
    Pringle of Scotland (kind of surprised that none of the KNITS, YO brigade hasn't cosigned this yet)

    The John Richmond show had a whole bunch of stuff that I kind of liked in it, but it felt incredibly disparate. Even though a lot of it was kind of cool, I went away feeling like there was not much more than cool holding the whole thing together. Not bad, though.
     
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    Pringle of Scotland (kind of surprised that none of the KNITS, YO brigade hasn't cosigned this yet)
    agreed - a couple really nice looks in that show. this one was pretty cool, totally wearable: [​IMG] e: also want to co-sign on missoni love. do want this cardi: [​IMG]
     
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