近年偏向Street Style的Balenciaga 好像也加入了Logo戰爭了。頸巾、衛衣、外套…不要！ ！ ！我不要Balenciaga也變成Logo王呀。上季那件救生衣今季改成了背心外套，好吧外型上我接受了，但還是留待船p才穿吧。
Gotta stop using that fur Bonnie, otherwise I am diggin the simple lines with the interesting fabrics. Very glittery and rich colors for those disco ducks in you. Oh btw kudos as well on the great images shot for your look book! Really dig’em.
Well we’ve come to an end for Christopher Bailey’s tenure at Burberry. It was quite a roller coaster ride wasn’t it. To me he was much more consistent at hitting the mark than a Tomas Maier I felt. It’s too bad fashion cycles are digested so quickly and our memories are so short to remember this dude’s accomplishments. Quiet a few collections come to mind that I liked, though they now seem to blend into vague color puddles and of course a elongated silhouette repleat with the ubiquitous trench. Two things I didn’t like. The abandonment of the house check, which management somehow deemed overused. Bad move as the streets had always adopted that trademark house code and made it part of our own. Second, the flare pants for men. It was a Bailey quirk through and through, but I never felt it worked well. Anyways who am I to say, let’s celebrate his final collection where he finally embraced the voices on the streets and came with a collection very au courant. Yes, the Nova check is back, front and center. What I do dig more than it’s various interpretations and the trench variations offered are the multi-colored heavy knits. Total looks paraded down the runway look chunky and ready for the cold Northern winters to come! Salute Christopher Bailey!
Some good ol’ glamorous ish going on here. Brandon Maxwell be out to ‘Release The Delf’ with this collection stating in his show notes to, “Create from my heart.” It’s sharp and clean, subtly adding some cheeky details like multi layered collars, cuffs, and pleats. It works well in photos that’s for sure. Thumbs up.