11 de marzo de 2013


He aquí el segundo review sobre el Paris Fashion week, so far Alexander McQueen sigue siendo mi favorito de todos los tiempos, siempre extravagante y con un toque under que lo hace 100% irresistible.  Otra cosa que llamó  notoriamente mi atención fueron los accesorios usados por Lanvin, esas cadenas de aires grunge me pueden y su colección fue simplemente muy Lanvin.
Sin embargo, en el otro rincón de cuadrilátero se encuentra YSL que ha sido la total y absoluta decepción de la temporada. Pero creo que mejor lo pueden describir las palabras expresadas por Cathy Horyn en el New York Times acerca de este escandaloso desastre...

"You sometimes think, at the bleary end of a runway season, that fashion would be better off if companies didn’t have labels to sell.

Take Saint Laurent. One of the first things the new designer, Hedi Slimane, did was to remove “Yves” from the label, thereby severing a symbolic connection to the founder, and everything he stood for, like good taste and feminine power. But it was also a test of the label’s enduring appeal.

Who needed the extra syllable when Saint Laurent was virtually lodged in people’s ears, and so much fun to say?

Mr. Slimane has been the talk of Paris Fashion Week, or at least the closing days, largely because he showed a grunge collection of baby-doll dresses and flannel shirts, which I viewed online because I was not invited to the show. Opinion varied widely. Many people said the clothes looked like stuff sold at Topshop or a thrift store, while others defended Mr. Slimane’s approach and identified pieces, like a pink fur chubby, that relate back to Yves’s designs of the late ’60s and early ’70s, when he got ideas — say, for a pea coat — from the street. It’s doubtful that customers will make that connection, but such comments serve to validate what Mr. Slimane has done.

And the controversy is good for Saint Laurent. But mainly it was clear to me how strong the name is. In terms of design, the clothes held considerably less value than a box of Saint Laurent labels. Without the label attached to them, Mr. Slimane’s grunge dresses wouldn’t attract interest — because they’re not special. But a box of labels is worth a million."







3 comentarios:

  1. No sé porque pero las colecciones de Lanvin siempre son las que mas espero, a pesar de que, en general, me gustan más las marcas que se dedican a estilos mas extravagantes como McQueen.

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