Saturday, 27 May 2017

T by Alexander Wang | PreFall 2017

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Alexander Wang is partial to casual wear, as many of his runway collections and collaborations with Adidas will show, and despite his penchant for metal embellishments and "going out" looks, his primary mission has always been to make comfortable clothing cool. The Pre-Fall T lineup is the brand’s most direct stab at that, tackling the seemingly impossible quest of making sweatpants chic. 

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VERSUS. Versace. Resort 2018

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Donatella Versace said recently that her daughter, Allegra, is a guiding light in the Versus team she oversees.This promises well for the house whatever the outcome of the rumors about its creative future currently swirling about. 

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Tuesday, 23 May 2017

Bottega Venetia Cruise 2017

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Binx Walton and Joan Smalls back-and-forthed between the racks and the set; it was a strong Cruise collection.


Cruise meaning nobody buys clothes for some event in the future, to attend eventually. They buy clothes that they want to wear right now. This is the reality of a cruise line.

 


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Saturday, 13 May 2017

PRADA | Resort 2018

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Held at the soaring, vaulted cathedral of consumption: the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II which by the way is the most beautiful shopping mall in the world, the show was neither cruise nor resort. It was simply splendid. 


There were iterations of sportswear (pants, blousons) volumized then cinched with velcro for house-requisite nonconformity, there were bralettes, high socks pulled up over wickedly proper shoes, of course my favourite are the ruffle-bibbed blouses and tightly pleated skirts. 


Prada's only message was that presenting a "modernist" collection was her primary aim. 

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