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    let me start off with these unbelievably gorgeous images...
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    I think I will faint soon. This is absolutely beautiful, definitely Ann at her best. That ombre dye job is stunning, can't wait to see more.

    Edit: More here at least.

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    i like the styling for once and it looks very nice visually but when u reduce all the chiffon there not a lot left. i prefer heavier fabrics even in the depths of ss.

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    this is a fantastic collection. i love the long chiffon, looks so ethereal. styling is great and the accessories are good too - i love the hat especially. reminds me of Barbara Steele in 8, but cooler. those (feather?) vests are something else entirely

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    I think the vests are from horsehair, not feathers but I could be wrong of course. I didn''t really liked the chiffon in the mens collection but it's gorgeous here imo. Really like the brown colours too.

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    It's incredibly beautiful, I had not been taken away that much by an Ann D collection for a couple years. The look in the first picture is one of my favorite ! I loved her dyed pieces in ss07, I'm glad she did it again.
    And those floaty white dresses with long unattached hair are so magical

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    Can we post some full photos before discussing? :-)


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    I knew I was going to like this offering as I've never been disappointed in Ann but wow I was certainly taken aback by this. The colors are very classic for her and executed perfectly. This has given me very high hopes for the future.

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    I want to cover my future office in those gradient dye fabrics.
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    This is so much better than the men's collection. I hope some of the gradient pieces end up being more unisex in stores. As much as I love long and oversized I couldn't pull off a full length dress. Also, is it silk?

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    When I first saw this, I thought, "I like the hats..." But as the sequence progressed, I loved the tassels and ombre effects. Such a complete and beautiful package. It's really interesting to compare Ann D.'s use of the tassels with AF Vandevorst's (who also had a few of them on his jackets)... I think Ann's is a much more mature treatment.

    also, I'm so glad she gave us the option between those sheer skirts that have been all over the place this summer, and the more substantial opaque ones (which I'm personally gravitating towards). :)
    Quote Originally Posted by Yohji Yamamoto, on his second Paris show
    From the next collection it became a war. I didn't want a war but too much attack made me fight.' And you are a good fighter, I say, referring to his black belt in karate. 'I am,' he nods.

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    Love this collection, the silhouettes and the work on the textures are just awesome

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    There's a beautifully spectral quality to the ombre and sheer pieces. Makes me feel like I could pass right through them, but not pass wanting to check them out in person. Lovely.
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    Such a beautiful collection. I really like those gradient dyed dresses and the overall flow of the collection.

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    Indeed. Very great pieces of clothes.
    Good work, I'm in love.

    This one is pretty awesome :
    http://www.style.com/slideshows/2011...WAY/00170m.jpg

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    Sheer skirts are so trendy that my initial reaction was one of rejection, but I think they work quite nicely with Ann's style
    Often times they seem forced, incongruous

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