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    Holy Ann Demeulemeester Batman! I want the bustier with belt straps!

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    She is so good at melding her Menswear and Womenswear collections together, it's amazing to me. There's just enough subtle details in this to make it different though.

    Some of the pictures I'm having a hard time even making out what's going on in some of the pieces but other than that, I love it. Not too many designers do black and white better than Ann.

    The first looks evoke some kind of warrior vibe...With those boots and the print....sexy.

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    there's somthing elf'ish about it.

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    Dear God!

    BTW, case in point about what Laika just said in the RO thread.
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    oh, I really love that strappy leather bustier thing!
    Very versatile.

    This is her best collection in some seasons, imo...return of the poet-warrior. The thing is, even when she's not evolving, her repertoire is so unbelievably strong and diverse... because she pushed and innovated so much from the start of her career. It's inexhaustibly beautiful.

    RO has not developed this type of repertoire, imo, and that's why he's not in the same league.
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    Quote Originally Posted by laika View Post
    oh, I really love that strappy leather bustier thing!
    Very versatile.

    This is her best collection in some seasons, imo...return of the poet-warrior. The thing is, even when she's not evolving, her repertoire is so unbelievably strong and diverse... because she pushed and innovated so much from the start of her career. It's inexhaustibly beautiful.

    RO has not developed this type of repertoire, imo, and that's why he's not in the same league.
    Yes, yes, yes! That's exactly it. Wooh-hoo. Let's hear more about the versatility of the bustier.
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    This is just

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    Quote Originally Posted by Faust View Post
    Yes, yes, yes! That's exactly it. Wooh-hoo. Let's hear more about the versatility of the bustier.


    And ruin all the mystery?! Not in a million....

    These are my personal favorites, along with the one that you posted. I think the knits are also amazing, but will be too overwhelming on me.



    ...I mean the ephemeral, the fugitive, the contingent, the half of art whose other half is the eternal and the immutable.

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    ann never fails to amaze me :)

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    Wow, very impressive.

    Imo she looks like a 9ft tall nordic destroyer who eats forests for breakfast:

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    looking at this collection, i feel something moving inside me.......there is a beauty to it that speaks to my heart
    im in looovee with this, definately one of her strongest collection in years. Bruno, Haider Comme, and now this!!!!!!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Faust View Post
    This is just

    I also spotted that one, very nice. On the other hand most of the pieces in this collection are made for 6' 125lbs girls, like Haider.
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    Poet Warrior is such an appropriate way to describe this collection– it teeters effortlessly between masculinity and femininity and yet maintains an appropriate distance from her mens collection. This collection is sharper, harsher, and not as soft as her previous work but still retains that beautiful romantic feel..

    In addition to the other looks posted, this one was also one of my faves:

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    So much nicer than the mens collection imo.The headpieces are so beautifull.She should have done the same thing for the men instead of making them wear those ugly_tophats!
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    ^ the men's hats were awesome! :@

    plus, those hats matched the men's collection much more than these headpieces would've

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    damn perfect as the rest of the collection

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    Stunning.

    I feel like aesthetic beauty is often lost in the shuffle in the so-called "avant-garde" fashion world. Definitely not missing from this...
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