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    The master of color and pattern returns. Sometimes I want to think of him as a painter.
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    I saw it and really liked it alot,
    I think my wife would be more of a Dries woman than an Ann or Margiela woman......
    For my own pockets sake I have to keep her ignorant of this ...........at least for a few years
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    this makes me happy to be a woman.

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    /\ That's exactly the kind of reaction I imagine Dries evokes. That's why I call him "a girl's best friend."
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    Wanted to hate on this but can't be done. The forms are beautiful and the patterns only compliment the silhouettes. The flow is flawless. Some of the accessories are so simply and yet they are simply stunning. Feel kinda pissed that i can't get this excited over dries men's stuff, but I've been saying that a lot so far.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vapidly View Post
    Wanted to hate on this but can't be done.
    I had the exact same reaction. A bunch of loud mixed patterns, surely this must be awful. But it's not, and in fact I like it very much. It seems that though the amount of stuff going on is nearly overwhelming, Dries paid attention to every last detail.

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    This may as well be my favorite printed dress:


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    I keep coming back to this one myself - even though a fair bit of it is covered.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ProfMonnitoff View Post
    I had the exact same reaction. A bunch of loud mixed patterns, surely this must be awful. But it's not, and in fact I like it very much. It seems that though the amount of stuff going on is nearly overwhelming, Dries paid attention to every last detail.
    :D I agree.. These are not so startling..
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    Too many SS/10 shows have got me queening the fuck out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ProfMonnitoff View Post
    I had the exact same reaction. A bunch of loud mixed patterns, surely this must be awful. But it's not, and in fact I like it very much. It seems that though the amount of stuff going on is nearly overwhelming, Dries paid attention to every last detail.
    Yep, definitely, I see a number of new designers who tend to get carried away with them and use them almost to give the illusion of the clothes being 'designer' whilst paying little attention to the cut, fit, texture or theme of the clothes.

    Doesn't seem to be the case with DVN, every pattern seems to be well placed and relevant to the garment itself, such as the diamond-patterned black evening dress, the floral kimono and that retro orange dress quoted above.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vanna View Post
    Too many SS/10 shows have got me queening the fuck out.
    hahahaha....
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