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    For those lucky enough to make it to the showroom, did you see if there is a Women's version of the Flight Suit shown in the Menswear runway?

    I was really looking forward to seeing it reimagined for this collection.

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    this collection is amazing, what a great ss20 start on both ends
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    Still not sold on the iridescent fabrics, but amazed by everything else.
    That huge lighter was a nice bonus, haha.
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    Incredible collection. I love the massive gowns in particular, they look like they're inspired by the Victorian era but seeing as TECUATL has been in large part about Mexican heritage I wonder if it's something else. Anyone here know about Mexican fashion history?

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    This was incredible. Rick is in his best shape for the past couple of seasons.
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    Quote Originally Posted by julian_doe View Post
    For those lucky enough to make it to the showroom, did you see if there is a Women's version of the Flight Suit shown in the Menswear runway?

    I was really looking forward to seeing it reimagined for this collection.
    Hi, everyone. I hate being annoying, but could someone help me with this question?

    Just trying to plan Holiday gifts for my partner, haha :p

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    Quote Originally Posted by DannyDagger View Post
    Incredible collection. I love the massive gowns in particular, they look like they're inspired by the Victorian era but seeing as TECUATL has been in large part about Mexican heritage I wonder if it's something else. Anyone here know about Mexican fashion history?
    According to some reviews I read on the internet (haha) the Mexican influences were:
    - María Felix, which was an iconic Diva from the mexican film industry in the past century; apparently Rick's father used to take the family to see Maria Felix's movies when he was young
    - Luis Barragán, who was a very famous architect known for doing some sort of colorful brutalism (huge concrete blocs , but painted in mexican colors if I may).
    Not sure about the other Mexican influences in this collection, which still carries a lot of the Larry Legaspi vibe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by julian_doe View Post
    Hi, everyone. I hate being annoying, but could someone help me with this question?

    Just trying to plan Holiday gifts for my partner, haha :p
    I don't remember a flight suit in this collection, but I think there is one in the current one?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Faust View Post
    I don't remember a flight suit in this collection, but I think there is one in the current one?
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    Thanks, Faust!

    Kind of disappointing, since the Menswear flightsuits look so epic. Nonetheless, this collection has a lot of beautiful garments. I'll have to save up in preparation, as I'm sure everything will be super expensive :/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nickefuge View Post
    Still not sold on the iridescent fabrics, but amazed by everything else.
    That huge lighter was a nice bonus, haha.
    I second that. It seems like too drastic of a shift from his usual aesthetics. But maybe I'm not progressive enough ! ha

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