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    i had a friend that started wearing bowling shoes like three years ago
    aint seen him in a while, i should tell him that his shoes are finally fashionable
    btw those hats are cool i want the bunny one

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    some of the details on this and on yohji remind me of walter "the donckness" van beirendonck
    and then the donck's own collections was nothing like it usually is
    strange year

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    really like this so nice to see after cdg last season for men. I agree with "the donckness" of it with the 3d appliqué and bubble gum colors. A lot of wearable things

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    Quote Originally Posted by ashamed View Post
    A lot of wearable things
    if you work at the circus end of the entertainment industry.

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    Isnt the mickey mouse hat accessory idea abit too repetitive that she s been exploiting it for a while now?? some jackets are indeed wearable and lovely, might look circus alike due to the styling, but i like the funky touch on elegantly tailored jackets.

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    This is a very split collection for me. I really love about half of the pieces and hate the other half, but there's plenty of stuff I'd wear.

    A couple of the jackets I really like are very similar to N(N)'s last F/W collection and have similar cuts and even similar patterns, which is both good an bad.

    Not to mention, while it might be a distraction, the Mickey Mouse and Donnie Darko rabbit ears leave a seriously mean shadow behind you. Check out the shadows on those runway models, which is a pretty cool effect....

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    Holy fuck those are terrible pictures.

    Anyway, I really love this. Obviously it's styled so that it appears to be unwearable, but I could easily find things to wear everyday, not to mention the fact that most retailers will be buying the more somber pieces.

    Also, I love the pompoms.
    i traded my LUC jeans + Julius belt + Neil Barrett jeans for a blamain biker jeans

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    i really like that she made jkts longer by attaching lower parts/ skirt to it, so brillant and simple. there are some "bathroom's wear" in the collection, which is kind of ridiculous but also humorous.

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    beautiful proportions and good colors. Not so fond of the little bullshitty details everywhere, but I guess it makes sense. Rather elegant for being CDG actually.

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    megalol. various sips of wine were bursting through mouths and nostrils yesterday when zboss dug up images of the show.

    there might be something moderately decent in there, but its well hidden behind grandma's tablecloth's and kinky souvenier hats.
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    Some of my photos on Diane Pernet's blog. At least the clothes photographed well.
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