I think this situation Marina writes one highlights the interesting perpetual quandary in fashion: Is it possible to continue the ‘style’ of the house’s history of design while also invigorating it with the new/next creative director’s aesthetic and creative ability? Different people are different!
I simply want to state how glad I am to see Scott Schuman’s gorgeously bold photographs of the shows. None of the other fashion websites have the same detail that enables greater appreciation of why this “high end” of clothing is what it is!!
Amazing collection every piece is creative..but also very spectacular so I believe you can’t weare it too much you are going to get tired after 2-3 time ..and with this price ..I don’t see the point…
Yael Guetta http://www.ftwwl.com
The Abbey is the perfect venue for this line – in perfect contrast to the brilliant colors, fun prints, and youthful spirit. I especially love the last shot here – those socks reflect some pretty irreverent styling!
I like the outfits, they’re daring and fun. The textures of the clothes, the bags and shoes I really covet. But:
1) Aren’t the roaring animals a bit too Givenchy, from, like, years ago?
2) Westminster Abbey, of all venues? I get the goth vs. colour, religion vs. freedom and respect whatever statement is in place here, however, and I note I am not the ultimate church person, it feels a bit out of tune for me.
I love how some of the comments are about respect for the setting, and the beliefs that is stands for. I think that God (and maybe the designer) are having a good chuckle over this one. Gorgeous details, but made tacky in context.